Most people who live locally will be familiar with the BLiSS Trail but many may not be familiar with the excellent audio tour that accompanies almost 30 Artworks on the trail.
Audio Tour of BLiSS trail. Download the app on your smartphone, follow the trail and listen to the voices of locals, artists, Year of Young People 2018 pupils and students plus other partners, as they tell stories around the BLiSStrail https://geotourist.com/tours/2040
Recent exhibts in place are "Wegie Weeds" by Kev Paxton - a bonnie bunch of flowers located at the Golden Larches restaurant Balquhidder station.
Two "Cowches" are also now located at Lochearhead village hall and on the lochside at St Fillans.
Weigie Weeds by Kev Paxton Artist / Blacksmith Ratho Station
Moodnight Meadow by Ceri White Ceramic Artist from Dunning Perthshire one of many auctioned off in support of Scottish Air Ambulance. Found on the banks of Lochearn opposite the Four Seasons Hotel St Fillans.
"On Watch" Cowch painted by Lesley Rodger located at Lochearnhead Village Hall
Auctioned in support of Scottish Air Ambulance
The Story on the latest development was covered in the Courier Newspaper
Kim Proven, LETi chairwoman, said: “We are delighted with our bid result.
“Not just for our community contribution towards the £24,900 total raised for Air Ambulance and not just to enhance the BLiSS trail story but for the collective ownership and sense of achievement by a community working together towards a common goal.
“It shows what can be done.
“A huge thank you to everyone who supported this and hats off to Crieff Succeeds for an innovative and exciting summer campaign culminating in a generous donation to a charity much valued by rural communities.”
LETi collaborated with Loch Earn residents and community groups to fund a collective bid for the BLiSS trail in advance of the auction at Crieff Hydro on October 9.
SCAA (Scottish Charity Air Ambulance) thanked the bidders of the cowches for helping to raise money to fund the charity