A COMMUNITY TRUST is appealing for support from its local community ahead of its second Annual General Meeting being held next week.
The Lossiemouth Community Development Trust (LCDT) earlier this year revealed its plans for the future of Station Park in the town – while it continues to work to find a solution for the long terms future of one of Moray’s most famous landmarks, the Seatown Bridge linking the town with its East Beach.
In addition the LCDT has helped bolster a number of community activities in the town, including the annual Seafest week, promoting the establishment of a Skatepark and examining the future for a coastal cycle path.
Earlier this year hundreds turned out to learn more and provide feedback into the LCDT plans for Station Park – a study into a variety of options all geared at creating a facility that would help boost the town for both visitors and residents.
Current chair is Donna Milne who said: “We have been bolstered by the feedback we received over our plans – now we need people to come along to our Annual General Meeting next week and lend their support, perhaps helping to take us onwards to the next steps.
“We will be electing our new Trust Board at the meeting and we have a couple of key positions that are available, we would very much like to see some new faces come along who share our ambitions for the future of Lossiemouth.”
The AGM is being held in the Lossiemouth FC Social Club at 7pm on Monday, July 31.