29 January 2019
Mark Griffiths (Chair) Retired chartered accountant, Trustee of Callander Youth Project, Vice Chair of Rural Stirling Housing Association, Director of Callander Community Development Trust (CCDT).
Bev Field (Project Manager) Former-director of CCDT (retired due to work commitments), volunteer with Callander Mountain Bike Trails.
Steve Field Volunteer with Callander Mountain Bike Trails, coach with Stirling Bike Club.
Sarah Greenwood Forest ecologist with an interest in conservation and promotion of wildlife, and encouraging outdoor recreation and participation in nature.
Lesley Hawkins Interested in wildlife & habitat conservation, member of Scottish Wildlife Trust with links to other organisations, aiming to ensure wildlife is protected.
Mike Hawkins Interested in wildlife conservation and photography, aiming to safeguard wildlife matters.
Susan Holden Educational publisher (editorial/ marketing/production/ sales), foreign languages (Italian/ French), aiming to ensure different local sector interests are heard and discussed; Director of CCDT.
John Hutchinson Mollands resident, retired from Scottish Tourist Board, with editing and tourism marketing skills. Aiming to promote use of woods and protect local residents’ interests.
Rob Latimer Planning and Environmental Consultant, volunteer with Callander Mountain Bike Trails and Director of McLaren Leisure.
Paul Prescott Chair of Callander Ramblers and Member of National Park Access Forum. Director of Callander Community Development Trust and of Callander Community Hydro.
Gwen Raes Interested in treescape, wildlife, mountain biking, hillwalking, running, habitat and conservation, with estate ranger skills, currently at Glen Finglas. Involved for personal development and community participation.
Cathy Scott Project Coordinator with Walk in the Park.
Robert Scott Retired Head Forester at Cambusmore Estate.
Roger Watt Mollands Resident adjoining Coilhallan and very familiar with the wood, Community Councillor, Professor of Psychology, University of Stirling