Join us for some engagement events in Drymen and surrounding villages East of Loch Lomond, we want to hear your thoughts on better living locally.
If you live locally to East Loch Lomond, Drymen and Croftamie, you can take part in our survey for a chance to win in our prize draw. Prizes include *£150 local food hamper*, *£50 voucher for a local eatery* and *5 native trees planted in your name*. You can find the Drymen survey here and the East of Loch Lomond and Croftamie survey here.
Please get in touch with Stephanie@forthenvironmentlink.org if you prefer a paper copy or a large-print copy. We've extended the entry date for our prize draw to the 22nd February and will contact winners on the 23rd Feb.
· Sunday 6th February
Pop-Up activity – Sowing the seeds of a 20 Minute Neighbourhood – a display and consultation plus seed sowing activity
Drymen Square. We'll be joined by Emma from the new Drymen Seed Library. Come and find out more! Drop-in between 10:30 and 14:30
· Wednesday 9th February
Event - Sensory Mapping (ideal for people with hearing or sight loss) Sensory mapping is a simple, flexible technique that identifies sensory highlights with a view to creating inclusive and engaging visitor experiences.
We are also inviting volunteers to join us to help rejuvenate a flower bed in association with Drymen in Bloom. We will provide all the materials and some refreshments, please email Stephanie@forthenvironmentlink.org if you would like to contribute an hour of your time and chat with us.
A huge thanks to the community of Drymen and surrounding villages East of Loch Lomond for the fantastic quality of feedback so far!
Forth Environment Link has received funding from Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority’s Green Recovery Fund to pilot the ‘living locally’ concept in a range of rural communities, from Drymen to Balmaha – with a view to rolling it out to other areas of the National Park.