Bridge of Earn

Bridge of Earn

 

Bridge of Earn is a small town that lies on the River Earn just south of Perth. Site of an important historic river crossing point in the Parish of Dunbarney, it now lies just off the M90 motorway making it convenient for travel to many parts of Scotland.

The 'Brig in Bloom' voluntary group was formed in 1998 to improve the appearance and environment of the parish of Dunbarney and to encourage home owners, shopkeepers and other business people to keep their premises tidy and attractive. The volunteers work on a range of projects with different groups, and in co-operation with Perth and Kinross Council. One of the most popular features in the town is the 'Brig Bloomer', a donated boat filled with bedding plants located at the bridge on entering the village. New volunteers are always welcome to join the group, which continues to develop innovative projects that are enhancing the local environment.

 Contact us via the telephone number or email address at the top of this page if you'd like to know more.

17 November 2017
It is with great sadness that the Trustees of the Take A Pride in Perth & Kinross Association have to report the death of their  fellow Trustee and friend, George Smith. George was a stalwart of Brig in Bloom and of the Association and he will be greatly missed. Read their tribute to this remarkable man here.

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    We are volunteers who work throughout the Perth and Kinross area to care for, and improve, our environment and our quality of life.
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    There are 'Take a Pride' volunteers working in 50 groups right across Perth & Kinross.
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Contact Details

Pride in Perth & Kinross, c/o The Environment Service, Perth & Kinross Council, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth, PH1 5GD
01738 476 447 info@prideinperthshire.co.uk