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News releases - 2015



Commission presses on with long term programme to protect A82

Efforts to make safe an unstable cliff face above the A82 near Invermoriston will require that the A82 remains closed this weekend, although access will be maintained for emergency vehicles.


Pupils stargaze the solar eclipse

Over 4,500 school pupils in and surrounding the Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park area have been given special viewers to help them watch the total eclipse.


A new vision for Carron Valley

Forestry Commission Scotland is seeking views from local people on the future development of Carron Valley.


Thinning works to improve Lord Ancrum’s Wood

Forestry Commission Scotland is undertaking thinning works at Lord Ancrum’s Wood from 16 March 2015 until 15 May 2015.


More outdoor play for children in Central Scotland

More children across Central Scotland are set to benefit from additional opportunities for outdoor learning and natural play after Forestry Commission Scotland and children and young people’s charity PEEK, teamed up for joint training in Bishop Loch, Easterhouse.