Rhynie Chert SSSI
We are presently thinking about how the site might benefit the village. One suggestion would be to route a path over the site to join with the higher path up Tap o Noth. It might also be possible to improve the access to the planted area to enable its use by visitors. To enable this a footbridge has been constructed across the Essie Burn with a path from the road near to the road bridge.
We are presently negotiating a lease for the tree-planted area to enable us to develop footpaths similar to Moss Wood for local residents to use. This may include a path up to the Wndyfield road which could potentially link onwards towards the hill paths up towards Tap o Noth, allowing largely off-road routes on to the Tap from the village.
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An annual event in the square at the centre of Rhynie Pictish Stones
A project to consider the current state of the Pictish stones and their future display.