Forres Area Trust

Forres Area Community Trust (FACT) is a development trust with long term plans to make the Forres area a better place to live, work and visit. FACT was formed in 2011 to benefit the community of the Forres Academy catchment area and is led and managed by local people.

By working in partnership and developing projects, FACT aims to:

  • Address local social and economic issues
  • Generate income to sustain the trust and invest in the community
  • Secure funding for projects that meet local needs
  • Support other local groups with their plans

With the objectives to advance:

  • Citizenship and community development
  • Protection of the local environment, culture and heritage
  • Education and lifelong learning for the benefit of the general public

FACT is one of more than 250 development trusts in Scotland all set up by communities to tackle local issues and make improvements that local people want.  For more information on development trusts visit Development Trusts Association of Scotland.

Learn more on the FACT web page.
Telephone Contact – 01309 674388 or 07788 803559


Selection of recent insideMoray posts relating to FACT

Community bid hopes to take on revamp of Forres Town Hall

ONE OF THE MOST ambitious community projects ever to be launched in Moray will see the Forres Area Community Trust (FACT) attempt to take control of their Town Hall. The Victorian building is likely to Read More ...
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Changes to third sector board in Moray proposed at AGM

NEW FACES AND OLD will form the next board of directors for the Third Sector Interface organisation that continues to support community groups in Moray. tsiMORAY have revealed that their call for new elected directors Read More ...
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New update three years on for Forres' older people directory

AN INFORMATION DIRECTORY aimed specifically at older people is set for re-distribution with an updated version now complete. The second edition of the Older Person’s Directory has been funded and supported by the Forres Area Read More ...
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