The Save Bennachie Alliance has a growing list of members which are listed on this page.
The Bailies of Bennachie is a voluntary conservation society (SC 013298) whose objectives are to encourage and stimulate the public’s interest of Bennachie. The Bailies work involves helping to maintain footpaths and rights of way and enhance people’s enjoyment and understanding of Bennachie, by promoting its geology, literature, ballads, poetry, art and music through publications and events.
Kemnay Community Council aims are promoting current events, village facilities and providing a brief background of our rich and diverse cultural history, including Kemnay Railway and Kemnay Granite Quarry. The aim is to establish a gateway of discovery to reveal the past, present and future of this rich and vibrant community and a first stop point of reference to all that is available to members of the community.
Oyne Community Association aims to safeguard the interests of the community of Oyne and District by liaising with local authorities, voluntary organisations and residents over matters concerning Oyne and District with the objectives of maintaining and improving the local environment and conditions of life for the local community.
The Cosmic Hillbashers comprise fairly like-minded folk living in and around Aberdeen who run over hills! Most club members compete in hill races and many participate in other sports, but we often run just for the fun of it, and Bennachie is one of our favourite spots as it gives such a wide range of routes for all distances and abilities.
With about 400 members, mostly based in the North-East, the Club since 1887 has "encouraged mountaineering, with special reference to the Cairngorm group of mountains".
Cluny, Midmar and Monymusk Community Council keeps up to date with local authorities, voluntary organisations and residents over matters that directly impact on the local area.
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity. We would oppose any route which would threaten ancient woodland which is an irreplaceable habitat of unrivalled biodiversity value. The area along the A96 has a significant amount of Scotland’s remaining ancient woodland, including in the vicinity of Bennachie. Damage to this habitat must be avoided.
If you would like to join the Save Bennachie Alliance please complete our Alliance Registration Form.