Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre
Comrie PH6 2JE
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre is a great day out for all the family. There are over 70 species of animals from albino wallabies, meerkats and lemurs to native red deer and wild cats. The hatchery with its baby and small animals section offers animal handling and daily hatchings of chicks and ducklings throughout the spring and summer.
There is also an indoor soft play area and play barn, outdoor play park, crazy golf, pony rides in the summer months, various walks, falconry and fishery, gift shop Torlum Coffee Shop.
This 3 star (Visit Scotland) attraction is suitable for all the family, whether you want to visit all the animals, hold baby chicks, rabbits and tortoises in the hatchery or just come and have a coffee and bite to eat in the Torlum Coffee Shop with its spectacular views over the Perthshire hills, there is truly something for everyone.
The Mountain View Coffee Shop can be visited independently from the centre and serves snacks, lunches, cakes, coffees, teas, ice creams and soft drinks and during the months of July, August and early September offers early suppers from 4pm to 7pm daily.
Separate entrance fees apply to the falconry and fishery.
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Comrie Allotments Association
Update April 2019
The Comrie Allotments Association was formed and formally constituted on 28th of August, 2008 and currently hold a lease with the Comrie Development Trust until the 31st March 2024.
A set of simple rules are in place and were drawn up under the initial guidance of the CDT and the agreement of the CAA, these are now reviewed and changed only by the Committee and the CAA members at the Annual General Meeting.
There are 41 plots, most are now half plots plus the “Comrie in Colour” Poly tunnel which is plot 31. Plots cost £44 for a 1/2 and £60 for a full plot
Despite the different weathers of the recent years, canny plot holders of Comrie have still managed to produce some plentiful crops of most kinds of vegetables.
Allotments becomes vacant on a regular basis, mainly due to people moving home, health reasons or occasionally just a loss of interest.
If you are a Comrie resident with a Comrie Post Code and wish to apply, you can join the waiting list which is operated on a strict rotation basis
Once successful you will be given a Welcome Pack and shown the facilities of the site. These include 5 stand pipes and hoses for watering your allotment on the occasions when it has not rained.
In hut 106 there is a mains toilet and wash hand basin with hot water, a kitchen with Kettle, Microwave, sink with hot water and tea or coffee also snacks to be paid with via the donations box (No milk for obvious reasons). Keys on sale from Eddie for £2
Join the Allotments Association Mailing List and receive news by email. To join the mailing list and receive the latest updates via email, please contact a member of the Committee below.
Fund raising is an important part of the Committee’s and plot holder’s requirement in order to keep rents down to as low as possible. When available, we try to have a produce day sale where we sell all excess produce to the village with the plot holders selling teas, coffee and cakes to the public from hut 107.
Helen Buchanan is currently working on opening hut 107 most weekends for light bite and refreshments.
We are currently hire out the huts for various occasions hut 106 for meeting/ parties and 107 has kitchen and toilet facilities as well as a small seating area.
However, our biggest (and hardest) event is providing teas/coffee and food for the runners and spectators of the Strathearn Harriers Marathon run, together with families and spectators. Our duties start at around 7.30am and finish between 3pm and 4pm,
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If you are looking for a beautiful spot to relax while your dog can run freely in a safe environment, then look no further Comrie Dog Park.
It is a safe space for dogs to run around freely. With three, deer fenced enclosed areas, there is plenty of space for your dog(s) to be exercised and trained.
Visit www.comriedogpark.com to book your visit
£ 7.00 for a half hour session
£10.00 for a one hour session