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Supporting the Community In 2013 a Community Fund was established by the Trust in order to give something back to the community and, since then, we have been able to offer a total of £25,000 in support of local groups and organisations. We are delighted to announce that the most recent recipients of award funding are:
Girl Guiding Dunkeld & Pitlochry Biodynamic Garden at Camserney Pitlochry Christmas Market March into Pitlochry Music Festival Pitlochry Path Group Pitlochry & Blair Atholl Bagpipe Band Pitlochry & District Neighbourhood Watch Highland Mainline Community Rail Partnership The Atholl Centre Pitlochry Baptist Church Pitlochry in Bloom Pitlochry Winter Lights Soldiers of Killiecrankie
A very warm welcome awaits you in Highland Perthshire, home of The Enchanted Forest, Scotland’s multi-award-winning sound and light extravaganza. Right at the heart of Scotland, our natural environment and community combine to give you an unforgettable experience of the area. With magical woodlands, music festivals, adventure activities, country markets, wildlife safaris and traditional Highland Games, it is THE place to be. Browse our calendar for some of the other events & activities on offer, and explore the brochure for information on places to eat and stay.
Charity Night Thursday 28 September Last year we held a Charity Night and we were delighted to be able to give the sum of £2,500 to each of our chosen charities: British Heart Foundation, Kidney Kids and Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance all of which are very active in the area. This year the organisations benefitting from our Charity Night will be Tayside Mountain Rescue, Alzheimer Scotland and Giraffe, again, all very worthwhile causes.
Run by The Enchanted Forest Community Trust, a small group of dedicated locals, and supported by many businesses in the area, The Enchanted Forest continues to attract ever-increasing numbers of visitors. From modest numbers 15 years ago, last year we were delighted to welcome more than 70,000 people to the event and we are anticipating even more visitors to this year’s show: OIR AN UISGE.
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Thursday 28 September to Sunday 29 October Oir An Uisge, The Enchanted Forest in its 16th year, will treat visitors to a sound and light experience which will delight those who’ve been before, as well as those coming for the first time. Fusing the natural environment around the forest and loch, with a kaleidoscope of colour and original music, this year’s show will appeal to young and old alike. There are interactive elements, some spectacular effects and a host of new surprises on the loch and in the trees. Over the past 15 years this magical sound and light extravaganza has enticed almost 400,000 visitors in all weathers and generated approximately £2.5m of income every year for local Highland Perthshire businesses. This year The Enchanted Forest will, once again, run for four weeks and five weekends, extending right through October.
Creative Team Lighting Designer: Simon Hayes Shimmer Enchanted Forest 2016 Photo by Graeme Hart Front Cover photo by Angus Forbes
Composer and Sound Designer: RJ McConnell Composer and Sound Designer: Jon Beales Production and Creative Direction: Zoe Squair
Lighting Designer: Kate Bonney
A9 to the North
There is no vehicle access to The Enchanted Forest. Everyone is transported to the event by shuttle bus leaving directly from Fisher’s Hotel on Atholl Road in Pitlochry. Your shuttle bus transfer is included in your ticket and buses run to and from the forest at frequent intervals throughout the evening.
P Stat Roadion
Check In &
East Moulin Road
The time shown on your ticket is the time you should CHECK-IN at Fisher’s Hotel.
Parking In Pitlochry
A9 to the South
If you are coming to Pitlochry by car, please leave extra time to find a parking space in the town. There are several well-appointed car parks. There is also ample on-street parking in Pitlochry and this is free of charge in the evenings. Please note that no parking is available just outside Fisher’s Hotel in Atholl Road, as this is where your buses to the forest depart from. We kindly ask that you do not park in local supermarket car parks and leave these spaces for their customers.
Claire has been spinning stories for Enchanted Forest visitors for seven years and specialises in ancient, traditional fairy tales from Scotland and the nomadic peoples of the North. She accompanies some of these with her harp, kantele or bodhran. This is Lindseyâ€™s fifth year with us in the forest. She grew up listening to stories, reading them, making them up and weaving them into her various careers. The stories run every half hour (please check the website for times), last approximately 20 minutes and are suitable for all ages. Entry is on a first come-first served basis and there is space for a limited number of wheelchairs at each session.
Stories cost ÂŁ1 per person.
Merchandise There will be selected items of Enchanted Forest branded merchandise for sale again this year: children and adult t-shirts, magnets, rain ponchos, eco-friendly torches and beanie hats. Cash only please.
Catering Hot food and drinks will be available in the forest with the addition, this year, of toasted marshmallows, toffee apples and hot chocolate. Once again, cash only please.
Charities Our official charities for 2017 are: Tayside Mountain Rescue Alzheimer Scotland Giraffe
Due to continuing popularity, weâ€™re delighted to welcome back our storytellers Claire Hewitt and Lindsey Gibb. Claire and Lindsey will enchant you with magical tales, many featuring the flora, fauna and other-worldly creatures of forests all over the globe.
Meet the creative team behind the spectacle Lighting KATE
The visual design process starts with choosing a theme which will bring the whole show together. Inspiration can come from anywhere; from art to architecture, from nature to newspapers. The route through the forest is planned with careful consideration to the audienceâ€™s journey through visual spectacle and moments of calm, to stimulate the imaginations of children and adults alike. We work collaboratively with the sound designers over a period of several months to create a fully imagined show. We then produce a set of plans detailing placement of each piece of kit. Once set up we work through several nights programming the lighting with a digital control system to synchronise with the music, all ready for the audience to arrive on opening night.
Kate Bonney & Simon Hayes
The composition of the music and sound is collaborative and organic. We work with the lighting designers to share conceptual ideas and describe specific technical effects we hope to employ. Key dramatic moments are identified and the music is then developed and refined over a period of months into distinct pieces for different parts of the site. The music on-site is reproduced through an array of different loudspeakers, all of which have to be carefully positioned and balanced. On the run-up to opening night we spend a week on site mixing and fine-tuning our work, using a computer-based playback system, synchronised with the lighting console, allowing the Lighting Designers to create their work in sync with the music.
RJ McConnell & Jon Beales Images (opposite) from The Enchanted Forest 2016: SHIMMER
The Enchanted Forest is delighted to be crowned the winner of the BEST CULTURAL EVENT AT THE UK EVENT AWARDS
Photo by Graeme Hart
Photo by Angus Forbes
Photo by Angus Forbes
Enchanting visitors for more than 15 years
Photo byAnna Henly
Photo by Graham Smith
Photo by NL Productions
Photo by Julie Broadfoot
Photo by Julie Broadfoot
Photo by Julie Broadfoot
Photo by Liam Anderstrem
Photo by Angus Forbes
in Highland Perthshire
Soldiers of Killiecrankie
Iron Age Fish Ladies
Pitlochry Festival Theatre Summer Season
Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Port-na-Craig, PH16 5DR
Fri 26 May to Sat 14 October
Sat 29 & Sun 30 July
Re-enactments of the Battle of Killiecrankie (1687). A weekend packed with period-related activities, demonstrations, stalls, music, storytelling, weapons and crafts. Introducing the Soldiers’ Leap Zip Wire this year. www.soldiersofkilliecrankie.co.uk
Kenmore Highland Games
Highland Open 2016
Wed 5 July
Sat 5 – Fri 11 August
Iron Age Gourmet Day
Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, Kenmore
Thur 20 July 10.30am-4.30pm EnchantedForest.org.uk
Claverhouse Stone Field, Urrard, Killiecrankie
Choose from six plays on stage at the Theatre in the Hills: Carousel, Thark, Alan Ayckbourn’s GamePlan, FlatSpin and RolePlay, This Happy Breed and Hard Times. www.PitlochryFestivalTheatre.com
Sports Field, Kenmore
Soldiers of Killiecrankie
Cooking, tasting, savouring – fabulous, down to earth, nutritious foods prepared as our ancient ancestors would have done. Wild boar sausages, venison and more. www.crannog.co.uk
Pitlochry Golf Club
A week of golfing and socialising second to none, the Pitlochry Golf Course is proud to welcome you to the home of the Highland Opens. www.pitlochrygolf.co.uk
Summer Harvest Festival at The Crannog Centre
Summer Harvest Festival
Birnam Highland Games
Sun 27 August 10.30am-4.30pm
Sat 26 August
Try ancient ploughing, sow seeds, learn about prehistoric farming, make herb garlands and bake your own harvest rolls in our Iron Age clay ovens. www.crannog.co.uk
Atholl & Breadalbane Highland Games Wade’s Park, Aberfeldy
Fri 11 – Sat 12 August
Weller Poley Park, Kinloch Rannoch
Sat 19 August
Traditional Games, including a hill race and confined tug-o-war. www.rannochhighlandgathering.co.uk
Strathardle Highland Games & Agricultural Show
Games Park, Little Dunkeld
Traditional Highland Games featuring the World Haggis Eating Championship. www.birnamhighlandgames.com
Perthshire Open Studios Venues throughout Perthshire
Sat 2 – Sun 10 September
Painting, ceramics, jewellery, crafts, sculpture and much more exhibited in individual artists’ studios. www.perthshireopenstudios.co.uk
Pitlochry Highland Games Recreation Ground, Ferry Road
Sat 9 September
Climax of the Perthshire Highland Games season, including British Tug-O-War Championships, footrace championship and massed pipe bands. www.pitlochryhighlandgames.co.uk
Sat 26 August
Traditional Highland Gathering plus a Home Industries tent. www.strathardlehighlandgames.org.uk
The Hardware Centre 36 Atholl Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5BX Tel: 01796 473110
Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, Kenmore
Enchanted Forest Storyteller Lindsey Gibb
Aberfeldy Farmers Market
Pitlochry Business Centre, Armoury Road, PH16 5AP
Saturdays: 15 July, 19 August, 16 September, 14 October, 18 November and Christmas Market on 16 December.
Great selection of local produce: fresh fish, meat, breads, locally roasted coffee, vegetables, chocolates & preserves. Also plants, soaps, jewellery, woodcrafts & collectibles. Live music, catering, free parking & toilets. www.pitlochrymarket.co.uk
Aberfeldy Farmers’ Markets The Square, Aberfeldy
Sundays: 2 July, 6 August, 3 September, 1 October
Storytelling with Claire Hewitt & Lindsey Gibb Faskally Wood, Pitlochry
Every night from Thursday 28 September until Sunday 29 October.
Visit the yurt at The Enchanted Forest and be captivated by the magical tales told by our spell-binding storytellers. Times vary, so please check the Enchanted Forest website: www.enchantedforest.org.uk First come-first served basis. Price £1 per head.
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Lindsey Gibb (Storyteller) www.scottishstorytellingcentre.co.uk
Stalls featuring the very best of Perthshire’s famous food larder and local independent shops & cafes also open. www.visitaberfeldy.co.uk
Fun with Fruit and Fungi
Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, Kenmore
Sun 15 October 10.30am-4.30pm Cooking, tastings, fruit pressings and demonstrations using seasonal foraged foods promise flavourful fun for all ages. www.crannog.co.uk
Tay Descent Sat 21 October
This is an annual canoeing and kayaking event for both touring and racing paddlers. The course runs from Dunkeld to Perth on the UK’s largest volume river. www.canoescotland.org
Spooks & Sacrifice (Celtic Samhain Festival)
Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, Kenmore
Tues 31 October 7.00pm - 9.30pm
Come in ‘guise’ to celebrate Samhain, the Celtic Festival marking the end of the harvest and the beginning of the darker half of the year and the predecessor to Halloween. Flaming torches, bonfires, storytelling and much more. Booking essential. www.crannog.co.uk
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Sat 2 December, 12 noon to 4.45pm
Feel the festive vibe at this one day Christmas Festival held in the heart of Pitlochry including street stalls, entertainment and children’s competitions. www.facebook.com/ PitlochryChristmasFestival 01796-472242
Singin’ in The Rain Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Fri 1 - Sat 23 December
Now adapted for the stage, this exhuberant, funny, joyous and warm-hearted musical features all the songs from this classic film. Destined to be another unforgettable PFT winter musical. www.PitlochryFestivalTheatre.com
Navigating rapids on the Tay Descent
Wade’s Bridge, Aberfeldy
Aberfeldy & Kenmore
Sitting on the bank of the River Tay and surrounded by magnificent scenery, Aberfeldy is a busy market town offering a wide range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries and hotels – it even has its own cinema, The Birks. It’s an excellent place from which to explore mountains, moorland and lochs, all teeming with abundant wildlife. There’s plenty of scope nearby for other activities, with Highland Safaris, where you can get really close up to red deer and the Crannog Centre, a short distance away in the pretty conservation village of Kenmore, where you can experience different aspects of Iron Age life.
Small, but perfectly formed, this delightful Victorian village nestles just outside the walls of Blair Castle, home of the Dukes of Atholl for the past 700 years. Take a tour of the castle’s attics or a walk round the magnificent walled Hercules Garden with its sculptures and duck ponds. Hire a bike in the village or stop for refreshments at the picturesque Watermill & Tearoom and see the one of Scotland’s 11 working watermills in action. The mill, which dates from the 1590s, has a working mill wheel and you can buy flour or bread made with wheat and oats that are still ground in the traditional way.
Birnam & Dunkeld
If you’re a fan of Peter Rabbit or Jeremy Fisher, then pop along to the Beatrix Potter Exhibition and garden, where you’ll meet all your old friends. Neighbouring Dunkeld is a pretty village on the River Tay, offering quirky independent shops selling anything from kitchenware and cashmere to antiques, locally smoked salmon and bespoke jewellery. There are regular live gigs with traditional Scottish music, a National Trust shop and a beautiful cathedral set amongst majestic trees sweeping down to the edge of the River Tay. Nearby is the Loch of the Lowes wildlife reserve where you might catch a glimpse of the breeding ospreys.
This tiny village sits at the foot of Schiehallion, a towering Munro (a Scottish mountain over 3,000 feet) and, although a little further away, it is well worth the effort. The well-stocked village shop offers a friendly welcome and everything from food and wine to maps and guide books. There’s a cosy cafe round the corner with a gift shop and gallery to browse in and the village is surrounded by miles of pristine Scottish scenery to explore – moors, woodland, rivers, lochs and all of it teeming with wildlife. Blow away the cobwebs and fill your lungs with pure Highland air.
The Queen’s View, Loch Tummel
A short drive from Pitlochry over the top of Moulin Moor, the pretty village of Kirkmichael lies astride the banks of the River Ardle with three hotels and a busy communityrun shop. There are some spectacular walking trails and you can even follow the route that the cattle rustlers from the olden days used to take, thieving along the Cateran Trail. If you’re a fan of more 21st century activities, grab your compass and see if you can hunt down some of the abundant geo-cache sites in the area. There are regular talks at the Session House, quiz nights at the local pub and, from time to time, live music in the various hostelries.
Pitlochry & Killiecrankie At the heart of the action is the bustling Victorian town of Pitlochry, from where everything is within easy reach. While you’re here, take in a performance at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, the ‘theatre in the hills’. The main season continues until 14 October and this year’s Autumn Classic, Our Man in Havana (by Graham Greene) opens on 22 October. In addition, there are distilleries to visit, golf at Pitlochry’s Hidden Gem course, spectacular views from the top of Ben y Vrackie, the Soldier’s Leap in Killiecrankie, tea rooms, galleries, gift shops, restaurants and accommodation to suit all tastes & pockets.
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