Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is holding an informal evening reception at the Dunfermline Athletic Football Stadium on Tuesday, 26 February between 6.00 and 7.30pm.

Scottish Natural Heritage is the Scottish Government’s advisor on the management, enjoyment, understanding and sustainable use of Scotland’s wildlife, natural habitats and landscape.

Andrew Thin, SNH chairman, will host the event, along with SNH board member, Sid Patten, Operations Director, Andrew Bachell, and Forth area manager, Iain Rennick.

Andrew Thin said: “The evening will give people the opportunity to have an informal discussion with senior staff about the work of SNH in the area what we do and why and the chance to raise issues about the natural environment which are of interest to them. It’s also a really useful way for us to keep in touch with public perceptions of the organisation. We certainly hope many people will be able to come along and we look forward to meeting them on the night.”

The event is free and light refreshments will be provided. More information is available by e-mailing the Cupar office at or calling 01334 654 038. The Dunfermline Athletic Football Stadium is on Halbeath Road, KY12 7RB.

Further Information

Scottish Natural Heritage is the government’s adviser on all aspects of nature and landscape across Scotland. Our role is to help everyone understand, value and enjoy Scotland’s nature now and in the future. For more information, see SNH media is also now on Twitter at

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  1. Linda Holt

    February 26, 2013 at 9:03 am

    These receptions by SNH are held to gauge public opinion about how SNH and the Scottish Government are doing in looking after Scotland’s natural environment. It’s really important that if you think they are not doing a very good job – eg with respect to wind turbines, wind farm applications, Loch Fitty, Mossmorran etc – you should go there and tell them clearly. Otherwise they go back to their political masters in Holyrood and tell them that people in west/south Fife are quite happy with the way their landscape and ecologies are being wrecked …


    • Lochgelly

      February 26, 2013 at 9:07 am

      Thanks for commenting, we are hoping to have a volunteer attend the meeting tonight


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