About this survey

Roots & Growth is a group of Black Isle residents with a shared vision: to create a Centre of Holistic Health and Sustainability on a natural woodland site at Littleburn, Munlochy. The site is currently owned by Forestry and Land Scotland, and Roots & Growth has secured funding from the Scottish Land Fund to look into taking on the land and buildings, on behalf of the local community.  

As we emerge from an unprecedented pandemic, we know that community, connection, creativity, nature, fulfilment, achievement, acceptance and hope can support people to heal and recover. Roots & Growth aims to create a space in nature where individuals, families and groups can grow, cook and eat together; take part in arts and crafts activities; share and learn skills; and promote positive mental health through holistic health and wellbeing activities and services. In this way, we will work towards a more resilient and sustainable future on the Black Isle 

To ensure that the project has the support of our community and the potential to operate sustainably, we want to ask your views. Please take a few minutes to fill in this short survey. 

To find out more about the project and discuss your ideas for the space, you can also sign up to our online open meeting on Wednesday 12th August at 5.30pm - click here to register. 

This research is being delivered independently by Community Enterprise. If you have any difficulty completing this survey, please call Judith on 07927118995 or email judith@communityenterprise.co.uk

All information gathered will be confidential. All survey responses are recorded on Survey Monkey whose privacy policy can be viewed here. Community Enterprise's privacy policy can be viewed here.

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