|If anyone should fully support your protest I feel it should be myself and my sister.
We lived on Murthly Estate all our lives until our parents moved in 2002, my sister was even born at home on Murthly Estate in the cottage
called "Burnbane". Our last house was at Murthly road end and we know your area extremely
We, as children, often went on quiet family walks in the woods here and when I met my husband we often fished on the loch here and even go walks up to the loch to see the swans and their
My parents still live locally and I often pass the road end and the forest clearance looks so unsightly, it has dramatically changed just in this bit of the
estate. I would hate to see anymore destruction of such beauty.
It was such a happy, tranquil and a real pleasure living on Murthly Estate in the
70's - late 90's as a child.
It made my childhood memories, as did it for my sister.
If they want to have holiday chalets there is plenty ground down by the castle without taking away too much wooded area, or is that unthinkable for the estate to even consider this, not wanting holiday makers on the
castle's doorstep, but everyone else's.
Keep up the good work. My heart always lies with the countryside of Murthly Estate,
it's a real shame life has to move on.