Kenny Auld, Access, Recreation and Health Manager for Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority received a BHS access award in recognition of his contribution to equestrian access in Scotland because of the way he has been diligent in pursuing access cases over many years, especially the difficult and ground breaking Drumlean case.
In particular, Kenny has recently masterminded a plan to introduce an equestrian friendly surface on a new key east west route in the centre of Scotland as part of the Lochearnhead to St Fillans Railway route. At this venue Kenny is putting a horse friendly vegetative canter strip.
The British Horse Society is delighted to have such a positive case study in Scotland. On top of this particular instance, it is Kenny’s inclusive, friendly and professional approach to equestrian access at a time when we are so often left out or discriminated against that makes him deserve this award.
From left to right; Euan McIlwraith from BBC Scotland, Helene Mauchlen BHS, Kenny Auld LLATNP & Mark Weston BHS Director of Access