Grace Rowlands Babcock (left), Helen McAllister and David Fraser at the Milton of Buchanan defibrilator site. Pic: Loch Lomond Studios

ALREADY the ELLCT has been able to buy a phone box in Milton of Buchanan to house a defibrillator.

The project was  spearheaded by first responder Helen McAllister with help from David Fraser who carried out the necessary electrical work and Sheldon Babcock who cleared the site.

As Bulletin goes to press, the trustees are working on transfer of ownership of the former toilet block site in Balmaha to the trust. This follows a recent Buchanan Community Partnership (BCP) extraordinary general meeting where members voted to dissolve the BCP and transfer it’s assets to the ELLCT.

Future plans include development and installation of an audio information point beside the boulder that forms a centre point on Balmaha’s former toilet block site to be part of an exciting and innovative education project.

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