Saplings 2024

SCDT and Glenorchy & Innishail Community Action Group are delighted to announce that we have received funding to secure the running of Saplings for the next 2 years. This year’s Saplings will offer the following exciting activity sessions for the children of Crianlarich and Dalmally Primary Schools:



If you would like your child to attend any of the sessions listed above, then please download a booking form from the link posted below. Please return this form via email to

Saplings Booking Form 2024 

Saplings 2023

This year we have worked in partnership with the Glenorchy and Innishail Action Plan Community Development Officer to deliver a series of great Saplings sessions for the children of Crianlarich and Dalmally Primary Schools.

This year we offered five varied sessions, including:

We would like to thank Nicola Lindsay, Julia Black, Matt Brook, Ramsay MacFarlane, and all the lovely staff at Drax Power Station for making Saplings 2023 a great success. And a big thank you to all the local children who have taken part.

We hope to see all the children back in 2024!

Saplings 2022

Finally, after the lockdowns of 2020 and 2021 we able to provide a more normal offering to children from Crianlarich and Dalmally Primary Schools. This year local children took part in a number of fun and educational activities including:

Sadly, two of our sessions were cancelled, however, we hope to offer a session to the Scottish Crannog Centre during the Easter Holidays.

We would like to thank the following people for helping make Saplings happen this year: Nicola Lindsay, Matt Brook, Liz Gaffney, Ramsay MacFarlane, Seona Anderson, Kelda Platt, and Catriona MacLennan. An a big thank you to all the children who took part and made it all worth while!

If you fancy leaving some feedback or register your interest in an Easter Session (and your children are primary school aged and attend either Crianlarich or Dalmally Primary Schools) please fill in this short survey -

Hope to see you in 2023!

What is Saplings?

The Trust's Saplings Sessions have been going for over a decade and are weekly sessions that take place during the summer holidays. They provide the opportunity for local children, aged 5 to 12, to get together and enjoy fun, educational and challenging outdoor activities that also boost their health and well-being. 

Over the years we have provided a variety of activities, from woodland arts and crafts, to orienteering, to learning about deer stalking. The sessions are led by professional local or regional people with support from an employed session assistant. 

Recent Activities Provided

In 2019 our activities comprised

Due to the 2020 pandemic all sessions are cancelled and we hope to return in 2021