Have Your Say on the NEW Lossiemouth Active Travel Route

Have Your Say on the NEW Lossiemouth Active Travel Route

Walkers, cyclists, and wheelers of all shapes and sizes are invited to give their feedback on the proposals for a new active travel route along the B9040 to Lossiemouth. An active travel route connecting the coastal communities in the Laich of Moray has been a vision...
Join Us At Our First AMM

Join Us At Our First AMM

Laich of Moray Active Travel Routes SCIO will be hosting our first Annual Members Meeting on Tuesday 23rd March 2021 at 19:00. Given the current COVID-19 restrictions, this will be held via Zoom. The Trustees will be sharing the progress made over the last year, and...
LoMATR Is Now A Registered SCIO

LoMATR Is Now A Registered SCIO

We are delighted to announce that Laich of Moray Active Travel Routes (LoMATR) is now a registered Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). This has formalised our group, with it becoming an incorporated body with charitable status under the Charities and...
Loss Of A Local Legend

Loss Of A Local Legend

It is with a heavy heart that we report that the Chairman of our active travel route group for the past five years, Mike Mulholland, has unfortunately passed away.Mike was a community stalwart – the chairman of Lossiemouth Community Council for the past eight years,...
COVID-19 Delays Design Phase

COVID-19 Delays Design Phase

The coronavirus pandemic, lockdown, and ongoing public health restrictions, has inevitably impacted our plans for development of an active travel route between Lossiemouth and Hopeman in 2020. Despite delays to the plans, progress has been made, and we are well on our...