The Perthshire village of Meigle is near Coupar Angus. Its museum houses an important collection of more than thirty Pictish Stones, along with some later carvings dating from between the 8th and 10th centuries. The village was probably the site of an important early medieval monastery centred on the present church and churchyard.
A small group of volunteers from Pride in Meigle 2015 keep the community garden looking lovely. Contact us via the telephone number or email address at the top of this page if you'd like to know more.
Village Entrance project 2023
We are supporting Pride in Meigle volunteers on a new project to enhance the North-West entrance to the village (where the B954 meets the A94). The volunteers currently maintain the area by carrying out regular grass cutting as well as preserving a traffic free pathway route into the village. They now wish to replicate elements of the existing community garden (see photo on left), such as creating a drystone feature wall and large stone containing a “Welcome to Meigle” sign in tribute to the village's rich historical background and Pictish history. New trees will be planted and sustainable planting will improve biodiversity. Plans are being drawn up and fundraising will begin in 2023.
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