Ladybank Forest Users' Group
The Ladybank Forest Users Group was formed in in March 2002.
The group’s aims are to improve facilities in the forests for the community and help protect the wildlife.
We believe that forests are valuable resources for recreation, education, the environment and simply to enjoy nature. Everyone has a responsibility to protect and maintain the natural environment so as to safeguard the wild life that inhabits our countryside. Simple things mean a lot, don't drop litter, clean up after your dog and leave things as you would hope to find them.
We hold a winter talks and summer walks programme where everyone is welcome.
We wish to thank Fife Environment Trust, The Scottish Natural Heritage, Fife Leader and Kingdom of Fife Tourist Board for providing the funds for this project.
What the Group Does
We work in conjunction with the Forestry, who own the forests, and our aims are to improve facilities in the forests for the community and help protect the wildlife.
We have received one grant from the New Opportunities Fund which is being spent on information boards, picnic tables, bird and bat boxes also litter bins.
In 2004, we raised funds to resurface paths making them accessable to wheelchair users and mothers with pushchairs. We have also added more picnic seats and waymarking signs.