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TIGERS spotted at Finlaystone Estate, Langbank, Greenock

Three intrepid volunteers from Scottish Water joined ten T.I.G.E.R. (Trainee Initiatives Generating Effective Results) apprentices at Finlaystone Estate to carry out conservation work to allow native species on the estate to thrive

The Finlaystone Country Estate, an established visitor attraction is managed by the family of the Chief of the Clan Macmillan.

The estate which has spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde, has 10 acres of garden, 140 acres of woodland as well as an Adventure play area, tea room and Visitor Centre.

The Estate greatly appreciates the support of volunteers on the estate as well as participants from the Duke of Edinburgh Award’s Scheme, local Scout & other groups. All such support is greatly appreciated and many essential tasks are undertaken in the woods and gardens.