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How The Buteman observed our AGM

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AGM completed

The Bute Community Land Company had its AGM at Bute Museum on the 21st June. The minutes will be available online once completed.... 


AGM reminder – Wednesday 21 June 2017

Members are reminded that the AGM is to be held at the Museum on 21 June 2017. The agenda can be found here Agenda BCLC AGM... 


BCLC information now online

In response to a number of requests from our members, we now have a page that has the various items of information about... 


BCLC AGM notice of 2017 AGM – 21st June 7pm – 8pm

Notice of Annual General Meeting Dear Member, BCLC will be holding it’s Annual General Meeting on 21st June 2017 at... 


EGM on 1st February 2017 – Bute Museum (was AGM)

The Bute Community Land Company Ltd. (BCLC) is pleased to announce that it will hold an Annual General Meeting on 1st February... 


Bute Forest Website

Could all our members and visitors please note that the Buteforest.com site has been “hijacked” by someone at... 


New Chairman for Bute Community Land Company

John Reid has been appointed the new Chairman of BCLC replacing the interim Chair, Emma Walker. Emma remains a board member... 


Bute Community Land Company seeks new Directors

Bute Community Land Company (BCLC) is seeking new Directors to take forward the project through its next exciting stage... 


Bute Forest Ltd ceases operations

Bute Forest Ltd, which has been providing the island with timber products for the last four years, is taking a hiatus as... 


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About Bute Forest

Introduction

forestpicRhubodach Forest is an area of, ancient woodland, commercial forest, moorland and coast on the Isle of Bute.  In July 2010 Bute Community Land Company (a charitable company owned by the residents of the island) purchased 161 hectares of forest and acquired rights over a further 535 hectares for footpaths, cycle paths and hydro schemes.

Right from the start, the purchase of the forest was seen as the first important step in the community taking charge of its own destiny and leading the social and economic regeneration of the island.

Find out more about our plans for the forest and the events we have planned there.

 


Become a member of BCLC and find out what else it is doing to develop and improve the island.  Get in touch with us here and let us know how we are doing.