Legend has it that everyone from the Romans to Robert the Bruce made their way to Scotlandwell to take the waters.
Over the years, the site became home to a well-used Victorian wash-house and well, but those gradually fell derelict and were abandoned in the 1960s.
Both buildings were finally returned to their former glory in March 2013, when 100,000 conservation works, led by Scotlandwell in Bloom, were completed.
That success has now given the group the confidence to continue with its conservation work. Members are seeking the community’s opinions on an initiative to carry out conservation repairs to the historic Well Road, which leads to the two buildings and is in poor repair. It is a rare surviving example of a 19th Century road surface.
This will be the third phase of an ambitious project led by Scotlandwell in Bloom. The first was the redevelopment of the adjacent small garden.
Take a Pride in Perthshire Association has donated funding to allow support for the third phase project to be explored and people’s views are being sought. The survey will be delivered to homes and is also available at wellwashhouse.co.uk.