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RSPB Lochwinnoch

RSPB Volunteers at Lochwinnoch
From left to right: Alan Dick, Alex Milligan, Jim Coyle

Scottish Water Volunteers Help at Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at Lochwinnoch

Scottish Water workers helped our feathered friends by carrying out some essential work for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at Lochwinnoch.

A team of three from Scottish Water’s Trade Effluent department - Alan Dick, Alex Milligan and Jim Coyle - carried out the voluntary work for the RSPB at its Lochwinnoch nature reserve where they worked on rebuilding 100m of pathway.

Thanking the Scottish Water volunteers for their efforts, Paula Baker, assistant site manager at the RSPB at Lochwinnoch, said:

“The RSPB relies heavily on the support of volunteers and we also do a lot of partnership working. It’s great to be able to get volunteers in for the day to help us.”

Fiona Burley, Scottish Water’s volunteering programme co-ordinator, said: “We are delighted to have been able to provide volunteers to do this work at the RSPB in Lochwinnoch, which is such a superb facility.