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

Elderly befriending service off to a great start - but help required

A NEW BEFRIENDING SERVICE for older people has been launched by the Forres Area Community Trust (FACT). The ‘Cameron Project’ launched at a public event recently that was judged to have been a great success Read More ...
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Another Moray community speeds towards WorldHost Status

THE FORRES AREA Community Trust has followed up news of Lottery funding that secures their immediate future with an announcement that they are also on the verge of achieving coveted WorldHost Status. They will follow Read More ...
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Forres Trust nets a near-£150k three-year operational boost

A COMMUNITY TRUST that has set its sights on developing and improving services for its community has secured almost £150k to keep it operating for the next three years. Forres Area Community Trust (FACT) has Read More ...
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