Our news section displays a selection of media coverage that Luss Estates and our businesses have received, as well as our news releases covering important community and environmental issues.
This five-day programme of skills workshops covered all aspects of estate management, from fencing and environmental conservation to woodland planting, sheep farming, drystone dyking and agricultural engineering.
RHET aims to build bridges and understanding between farmers, producers and pupils and relies on volunteers to do so. The dairy session was run by local dairy farmers and pupils learned the journey of milk from grass to glass with Millie, the lifesize fibreglass milking cow.
The CCIS is also dedicated to raising funds for a Clan Colquhoun Museum in Luss, the clan's ancestral homeland, with efforts now underway to find a permanent home for the museum which will provide a safe and secure depository for clan artefacts as well as a tourism asset for the west Loch Lomond
Helensburgh citizens are being urged to attend an exhibition and learn more about plans to establish a Common Good Fund which could support numerous existing and new projects throughout the town for years to come.
Improvements to infrastructure, a drive to create greater economic opportunity and a wider provision of housing is required if one of Scotland's most visited villages is to avoid becoming little more than a retirement community, according to a report published today (2nd October 2013).