Not the most exciting of news, but needs must! The charity trustees meet every couple of months, to hear project updates, discuss future activities, and even make decisions. If you want to see what happened at recent meetings, see the minutes here.
One great piece of news is that Duncan Priddle's replacement, Jenny Hargreaves, who was appointed a month or two ago, is due to start her new role this Thursday (3rd October). We look forward to that!
After 14 years, Duncan is moving to pastures new. He will be greatly missed. Hopefully the ELC fully understands this. But if not, and if his edifice does slowly fade, his grandchild the ELCV does lives on to help perpetuate his legacy! Anyway, see below one of his last contributions, where there was also a small tribute from some of us (mostly Jane!)
Arrghh!! Facebook changed its rules in April and we can no longer display the posts from our Facebook Group page. Hopefully facebook will allow it again soon.
But in the meantime, you can see our old Path Wardens facebook page here. If you like the look of it, why not just take the plunge and join our group page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/ELCVPost/. NB: In my view, all these scare stories about data harvesting are a global strategic storm in a teacup, or better a thimble!
Well, the East Lothian Countryside Volunteers finally have a live website!
Hopefully you will find it useful as a news feed, for reference, and especially the Dates page. It's also geared towards attracting new volunteers - we can always do with more help: share it with the buttons in the footer of any page.
Have a good look round. And let us know what you think - all comments are helpful, whether suggestions or criticism (or praise!).
We do have a Library on the website – so if you’ve lost any of Katty’s Newsletters, they are all there. And what have the trustees discussed and decided at a committee meeting? – the minutes are all there too.
Well I guess we’ve been so busy there has been no time to report all the news here. Fortunately Katty has done it for us! Her newsletters include a lot of our activity, and are beautifully presented – they are all stored here in our Library.
And if you want to know what the committee has been doing, all the minutes of our meetings are there too.