SWT Local Group

Stirling and Clackmannanshire

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Thanks to all those who attended our AGM on 6 April, The meeting saw two changes to the Committee. We were pleased to welcome Norman Still, a regular attendee at our talks and auditor of our accounts, while thanks were given to Jacky Robinson who stood down from the Committee after being our Minutes Secretary for the past few years.

It had been an unusual year with not as many activities as normal, although Planning applications kept our Planning Team as busy as ever. You can find out what has been going on by clicking on our ANNUAL NEWSLETTER.

We will shortly be planning our series of TALKS starting, as usual, in October. At present, we are unable to say whether they will be held indoors or continue via Zoom or perhaps a mixture of the two. Watch this space.

TALKS 2020/21

Our talks for this season have now finished and we would like to thank all those who attended via Zoom. It was a new experience for most of us and it was gratifying to see the large numbers who attended.

Please note that some talks which have already taken place can be viewed by going to:



Moth Group: Please follow this LINK to find out more

Sticky Catchfly: Local Species Champion: Keith Brown, MSP for Clackmannanshire and Dunblane constituency, supports the rare Sticky Catchfly (Silene viscaria), one of our local gems in the Ochil Hills.


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For Scottish Wildlife Trust HQ's latest Newsletter please click: HQ NEWSLETTER

Plantlife: For latest Newsletter please click: PLANTLIFE

LATEST DISAPPOINTING NEWS regarding the item below: As you may have noticed road verges and large grassy areas were cut in April!

The EXCELLENT NEWS is that, following lobbying from Plantlife, On the Verge and others, Stirling Council has agreed to restore road verges as part of a new Pollinator Strategy. Their aim is to increase diversity of plants and wildlife across Stirling.

Inner Forth Futures Newsletter can be found here.

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