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Help Save Our Bridge (Lossiemouth East Beach Bridge Crowdfunding Campaign)

By | August 25th, 2018|News|

In a two-and-a-half-minute report on STV's 6 o'clock news bulletin on 23 August 2018, reporter Nicola McAlley explained why Lossiemouth Community Development Trust has begun a crowdfunding campaign to raise £10,000. The East Beach Bridge forms a vital link to a beauty spot in the heart of the 'Jewel of Moray'. But, as explained in [...]

Lossiemouth Seatown Bridge Ownership Up For Grabs

By | October 4th, 2017|News|

As reported previously on this website, the condition of the footbridge over the River Lossie at Seatown, Lossiemouth, continues to deteriorate. Added to that, as of 03 October 2017, the bridge is effectively ownerless. Ownership of the bridge is up for grabs. The improvement / upgrade of the Seatown Bridge was a crucial element in [...]

Annual General Meeting of Lossiemouth Community Development Trust – 31 July 2017

By | July 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|

LCDT's annual general meeting will be held on Monday, 31 July 2017 at 7pm in Lossiemouth FC Social Club, 39 Macduff St, Lossiemouth IV31 6ET. The AGM will be followed by refreshments and an evaluation of Visit Scotland Expo 2017 from Yvonne Findlay who represented Lossiemouth at the Expo. Everyone is welcome to attend and [...]

Lossiemouth to Hopeman Cycle Path Project

By | April 27th, 2017|News|

A subgroup of Lossiemouth Community Development Trust is working on a project to achieve a cycle path between Hopeman and Lossiemouth. There are already cycle paths from Hopeman to Duffus, and between Elgin and Lossie, so the aim is to complete the gap from the B9040 Duffus turn-off to the junction with the B9135 to Elgin. [...]

Lossiemouth Seatown Bridge In Failing Health Report Warns

By | September 27th, 2016|News|

Lossiemouth Community Development Trust (“the Trust”) is a charity which began life as a registered company towards the end of 2014. In order to work out how best to serve the community through the Trust’s charitable aims, there was a series of consultations, both face-to-face and via the internet. One of the top priority action [...]