Park Manager Ian Laing with Marie Shevas and Gerry Grieve from The Rotary Club of Cowdenbeath

Park Manager Ian Laing with Marie Shevas and Gerry Grieve from The Rotary Club of Cowdenbeath

The new Willie Clarke Visitor Centre at Lochore Meadows has been kitted out with a defibrillator, thanks to the Cowdenbeath Rotary Club.

Fundraising efforts at their annual Ladies Day event last year will be put to good use now that the equipment is available in the park.

Park manager Ian Laing said: “Defibrillators save lives and this is an appreciated resource for our park. Of course, it’s a resource that we hope we’ll never have to use but it will undoubtedly be a valuable asset for us and the people who use the park.”

Rotarian Gerry Grieve added: “The highly successful Ladies Day event, will be held again this year, on 6th May in the Glen Pavilion in Dunfermline. It is organised by Rotarian Marie Shevas, other Rotarians and volunteers. The Cowdenbeath Rotary Club supports initiatives in the Ballingry, Lochore, Glencraig, Cardenden, Lochgelly, Kelty, Cowdenbeath and surrounding area.”

For more information about Lochore Meadows Country Park, visit www.lochoremeadows.org


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