The Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership at the
Centre for Stewardship in Falkland

The Centre for Stewardship covers 1500 hectares of land, farm, forest and hill

The Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership

The Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership is a landscape conservation programme being delivered by an association of organisations in Fife and Perth & Kinross.

Our aim is to re-connect people with the living legacy of the Lomond and Benarty Hills through a range of community based activities, volunteering opportunities and projects that are running throughout 2013 – 2016.

We are delighted to have received significant funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund alongside other funding bodies which is allowing us to deliver a whole host of activities in the local area. To find out more about Living Lomonds and what we’re up to please visit the Living Lomonds website.

Get involvedLLLP volunteers

There are lots of ways to get involved from individual or group volunteering to attending one of our free events. There are also activity ideas that can be downloaded for free here –  to help keep the kids amused and help them enjoy the great outdoors from our Passport into the Hills project.

We are also offering a variety of work placements, Rural Skills Academies community workshops and Modern Apprenticeship opportunities through our Rural Skills project from now until 2016. Our current apprentices are keeping us up to date on their progress through a regular blog. Take a look at our Rural Skills gallery on Flickr for an idea of what the apprentices are doing.

Keep an eye on this, the Living Lomonds and the Opportunities Fife websites for future opportunities.

Let’s Celebrate

Living Lomonds is delighted to offer communities in Fife and Perth & Kinross an opportunity to access small funding grants of up to £2000 to set up events or activities in the Living Lomonds area that help people learn about or celebrate our local landscape and heritage.

To find out more and to make an application click here.


Our Funders

We are grateful to the following funders for their support of LLLP:

Christine Mary Hendrie Trust logo   Historic Scotland logo

Fife Council The Prince's Countryside Fund Scottish Natural Heritage The Agnes Hunter Trust The Ronald Duncan Foundation Heritage Lottery Fund Fife Environment Trust