Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society

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The preservation, defence, restoration and acquisition for the public benefit of rights of access over land in Scotland, including public rights of way. Erects signposts. Maintains the National Catalogue of Rights of Way and other routes (CROW). Provides advice to the public, to government, including Councils and mediates in disputes. Established 1845, the world's oldest national access organisation, based in and working throughout Scotland.

Meeting Place

Scotways, 24 Annandale Street, Edinburgh

Date: Board meets 6 times a year

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