Over the Easter weekend Luke Graham paid a visit to the Comrie Development Trust at Cultybraggan to look around the facilities and discuss future plans for the site.
Meeting with members of the Developments Trust’s board and staff, Mr Graham was keen to see if he could help identify future funding streams for the site to help it reach its long-term goals.
Cultybraggan started life as a prisoner-of-war camp for Italian and German prisoners during the Second World War, before being taken over by the Ministry of Defence and then sold on to the Comrie Development Trust in the 2000’s.
Commenting after the visit, Luke Graham said:
“It was a pleasure to visit the Cultybraggan site, hear about the history, look around the facilities and hear about the long-term plans and ambitions the Comrie Development Trust have for the site.
I look forward to seeing them come to fruition and, I hope, to be able to help them achieve these ambitions.”
Comrie residents bought this site, it is important the CDT realises its plans.
Cultybraggan will be hosting the ‘Carry On Culty’ event on May 12th this year. Details of the event can be found on the Facebook page and website: http://www.comrie.org.uk/carry-on-culty-saturday-12th-may/