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December Monthly Meeting

Buckhaven, Fife,KY8 1AZ

16 Dec 2008

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Regular monthly meeting of CLEAR @ Buckhaven Community Centre, Kinnear Street starting at 6.30pm. All welcome - it's fairly informal so don't be daunted. .

upcoming Events

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past Events

Community woodland planting

Meet Viewforeth at 11.00am for a 2 hour planting sessions to expand the community woodland on Ness Braes

Community woodland planting

Meet viewforth at 11.00am to expand the Ness Braes woodland

Monthly practical action

Regular monthly environmental action by CLEAR volunteers - probably planting and tending trees in the community woodland and orchard on the Ness Braes. Meet at 11.00 am at Viewforth. All very welcome...

Shrub & Bulb Planting

Raised beds and grass at bank Corner in central Buckhaven will be planted with shrrbs, bulbs All local volunteers welcome. Meet on Sunday 2pm

CLEAR AGM

Annual General Meeting from 6.30 on Tuesday 20th January starting at 6.30pm at buckhaven Community Centre, Kinnear Street. We hope to have some refreshments and a local speaker available before revie...

Tree planting

Tree Planting among the Fife Coastal Path - come along and plant some tree seedlings to brighten up the path and improve the environment. 70% broadleaved. Meet Sunday 2pm at steps at top of Viewfort...

Lead On Maduff

Litter clean-up and tree and shrub planting at East Wemyss. Meet at 10.30 at lower carpark

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