With lockdown restrictions now easing, it is understandable many of us may feel nervous or unsure of how to to move forward and resume a more social and active way of life. Our new leaflet below has some very helpful tips and guidance on how to achieve this and also some handy guides for activities that can be undertaken in the local area.

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Nature Based Intervention

Charitable Trust

The Taynuilt Medical Practice Charitable Trust was set up in 2010 following generous bequests to the practice left in the wills  of patients.

The objectives of the Trust are wide ranging and cover most activities that would benefit the health and welfare of the local community.

We are open to any ideas that you might have, either supporting an individual or a group.

The Trust tends to meet twice yearly, May and October, but applications can sometimes be considered outwith these times.

Examples of recent beneficiaries are: 

  • North Argyll Carers’ Centre 
  • The Volunteer Car scheme 
  • Local schools supporting their Outdoor Education programme for Primary 7 pupils 
  • Local youths with their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award.

Applications can be made to the Trustees, initially by completing the application form below and sending this to the practice manager, Janice McGhee at Connel Surgery or by email to

Download Grant Application:  TMP_Charity_Grant_application.doc

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