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Newsletter September 2021

Welcome to the latest, bumper, edition of the SUP newsletter.

As summer passes for another year and the early signs of autumn begin to show, there seems to be an awful lot going on across the south of Scotland.

Mountain or Blue Hare

Newsletter Easter 2020

There seems to be a lot going on!  As the World grapples with Covid-19 and life becomes more and more constrained, this year is clearly going to be unique.  We all hope that you and your families remain safe and well.


Autumn Newsletter November 2019

The 18th AGM of the Partnership took place in October and we welcomed three new members to the SUP Board. They introduce themselves below. The AGM also agreed some significant changes to the way the Partnership functions.


EGM – AGM Notice – Newsletter

SUP would like to invite you to the Partnership’s Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) and Annual General Meeting (AGM) which takes place on 2nd October 2019 at 2.00 pm in the Moffat House Hotel. This is an important meeting as we are proposing some changes to the governing document of the Charity.

The development of a coastal path along the North Solway Coast has long been mooted and is the missing link between coastal routes in Ayrshire and Cumbria.

Spring 2019 – Newsletter

Spring is in the air and there are some positive signs of things to come. We have been working with the team at the South Scotland Economic Partnership (SoSEP) as they start to shape what will become South of Scotland Enterprise (SoSE).


Winter 2018 Newsletter

It has certainly been a busy year at SUP – with the number of employees rising to
15, and with our projects attracting lots of positive attention.


December 2017 Newsletter

Year ends with launch of new exciting projects! As 2017 draws to a close, SUP is about to enter an exciting new phase. Ride Scotland’s Horse Country kicked off on 11 December when Gowan Miller started work as Project Coordinator. Gowan is originally from Fife and has a background in agriculture, economics and sports. The […]


Young People and Rural Transport

Scottish Rural Action is reaching out to young Scots to find out how the cost of travel affects them in their work, studies and personal lives.  Travel affects young people very differently in rural areas where public transport is often irregular, unreliable and expensive, compared to urban areas where young people can often choose between […]

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Where’s Wildlife in Ayrshire

Aisling Gribbin has been working for the Where’s Wildlife in Ayrshire project for the past year, during which the project has developed an excellent network of volunteer recorders across the Ayrshires.