The River Leven Programme

Received this information about the proposed path upgrades along the River Leven. It’s a drop-in session so just pop along if you want to find out more or have your say.

“We thought your group might be interested in a drop-in event run by The River Leven Programme.  There will be an opportunity to speak to the project team to learn about the first major project in the Programme. This aims to create a network of paths and cycle ways along a 5km stretch of the river from Cameron Bridge to Levenmouth, as well as creating around a further 20km stretch of paths which will weave through and between the local communities of Buckhaven, Methil, Methilhill, Leven and Windygates. Down the line, there will be opportunities to expand this network to better connect communities in Markinch, Glenrothes and Leslie with the River Leven and also the Back Burn which runs to the north of Glenrothes. Would your group use a path or cycle network to Levenmouth? Do you make any journeys to this location at present? What motivates these journeys? The River Leven Programme would be interested to hear from you. “

Monday 2 March (10am-4pm) – Senior Citizens Centre, Main Street, Methill, KY8 2DP

History of the LSCC – Free Talk

I’ve received information on a free talk being held in Newport-on-Tay on the history of the Ladies Scottish Climbing Club.

Date/time: Monday 16th March 7.30 pm

Venue: Yoga-on-Tay, 24 High Street, Newport-on-Tay, DD6 8AZ

Speaker: Alison Higham

For anyone wondering, allegedly they didn’t climb in those heavy tweed skirts, they changed into them for photos as they couldn’t be seen wearing breeches!

Contact Yoga on Tay via their own website at https://www.yogaontay.com/.

More information on the LSCC on their website at https://www.ladiesscottishclimbingclub.org/.