Last event: Burns Supper: Saturday 25 January
legendary Burns Supper - and once again the well oiled PCW team did the
imortal poet proud. And, as usual, they were especially well-oiled by
the end of the evening. The haggis was once again dealt with by Dr
Carr. When Bill adresses a haggis, it stays addressed. This time it was
videoed, so soon you will be able to watch again without needing to
send your clothes to the cleaners. The immortal memory was by Gerda
Stevenson - very classy - and the Portmoak Players and Mike and Gerry
set the whole thing to music.
In order to prepare for the next management plan, we organised a Boginar on 16 November 2012: see Events + News
for the pre-meeting details to get an idea of what went on. The event
was really well attended - there were 35 participants including a
mixture of technical experts, local councillors, community councillors
and the community at large. It was a highly interactive meeting with a
great deal of discussion and exchange of ideas, knowledge and
experience. We are now working on producing a report on the meeting
which will help to inform the development of the next management plan.
Moss viewed from Kilmagad Wood, with Loch Leven and Benarty Hill in the
views, delightful walking and an ambitious project to restore a commercial
plantation to a raised peat bog.
at Scotlandwell, near to Kinross and the M90, about midway between the Forth Road Bridge and