Funding & Support


BUSINESS SUPPORT

Without the support of the many businesses & generous donations and support from the public in Pitlochry,  the Bloom would not be able to achieve many of the projects that helps to improve our town and the surroundings for the people that live here and for the many visitors that come to our town each year.

Thank you to our supporters below

 2016 Support

 

Name

Grade

Pitlochry Tourism Trust

Platinum

Websmart Media

Platinum

Green Park Hotel

Platinum

Scotrail

Platinum

Bracklin, Cuilc Brae

Gold

Enchanted Forest Trust

Platinum

 

 

Craigmhor Lodge

Gold

Pitlochry Estates

Gold

Pitlochry Partnership

Gold

Acarsaid Hotel

Gold

Claymore 

Gold

Davidsons the Chemist

Gold

Craigatin House

Gold

Dundarach Hotel

Gold

Faskally Caravan Park

Gold

Heathergems

Gold

Linside

Gold

Knockendarroch Hotel

Gold

MacNaughtons

Gold

MacNabs Solicitors

Gold

Old Mill Inn

Gold

Milton of Fonab Caravan Park

Gold

Pitlochry Hydro Hotel

Gold

R W Bell

Gold

Victorias Restaurant

Gold

Grant Arms

Gold

Northlands B&B

Gold

 

 

J&H Mitchell

Silver

Perthshire Woollens

Silver

Cuil an Duin

Silver

Hair Studio

Silver

Infinity Blu Dental Care

Silver

MacKays Hotel

Silver

Plaice to Be

Silver

Silver Howe

Silver

Walton Kilgour

Silver

Rosehill Guest House

Silver

Comfytex Ltd

Silver

Country Sofas 

Silver

Craigroyston B&B

Silver

Dail na Coille

Silver

Esk Cottage

Silver

Innislea B&B

Silver

Tir Aluinn Guest House

Silver

The Scotch Corner

Silver

Sunnybank 

Silver

S R Cars

Silver

Molville B&B

Silver

   
Elnagar Cotage Bronze
Bridge House B&B Bronze

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Pitlochry in Bloom

The Fisherman

Commissioned in 2004, the fisherman now has a boat which was made for him in 2004 and is found on the south side of the railway bridge as you head into Pitlochry from the South.

Pitlochry in Bloom

Flower Seller

Victorian Flower Seller - another of Morag's commissions for the Bloom in 1996, she orginally sat in the small garden opposite the Bank of Scotland, she moved to her present site between the Bank of Scotland and RBS in 2003.

Pitlochry in Bloom

Postman On Bike

The Victorian Postie on a Penny Farthing bike was made by Morag Cumming of Keltneyburn Smithy to enhance the entrance to the new industrial site and the sorting office. It was unveiled by "Queen Victoria" during the Atholl Festival in 1997.