*Prize Draw* Support community landowners. Explore the West Coast

Enter the new year with a chance to win £50 vouchers for Caledonian MacBrayne – explore Scotland’s stunning west coast, and visit some of our member communities

Individuals across the UK, and further afield, who believe in building a more diverse model of land ownership for Scotland and supporting community land ownership, have signed up as Community Land Scotland Supporters.

Our network of Supporters gives us an invaluable contribution towards, and backing for, the work that we do to support communities throughout Scotland who own, or wish to own, the land that they live on.

In order to thank these individuals for their continued support, and to welcome new Supporters on board, we will be putting all Supporters’ names into our new year prize draw – with the winner to be announced on the 1st February 2016.

Sign up before the end January to be included and give yourself the chance to win a trip to any of these destinations.

Check out CalMac’s Island hopping and other ticket options (including the new Whisky Hopscotch)

Become a Supporter to enter the prize draw:

Sign up as a Monthly or Annual Supporter and choose your subscription rate.

Find out more about becoming a Supporter

Meet some of out current Supporters

What our Supporters say….

“I support Community Land Scotland for the high standard of debate by the organisation and its members.”
Jonathan Hedges, Rogart

“The expansion of community ownership is much the most encouraging thing that’s happened in the Highlands and Islands in my lifetime.”
Professor Jim Hunter, Kirkhill

“The work of Community Land Scotland is crucial to provide communities with the confidence to break with an unjust tradition and take things into their own hands for the common good.”
Elaine Morrison, Argyll

“Community land ownership brings genuine democracy into land use planning and enables the communities concerned to make inclusive, equitable choices about their future.
Alex Walker, Forres

“Community ownership of land is a key means of revitalising communities and local democracy”
Andy Wightman, Edinburgh

“I think joining Community Land Scotland is a very practical step which I hope supports those who are directly involved in tackling the inequalities that exist in land ownership.”
Kenny Wright, Inverness

With thanks to Caledonian MacBrayne for their kind donation.