East Haven - Coastal Village in Bloom 2015
Our Site Of Special Scientific Interest is 500m long and home to the only place in Scotland where the Greater Yellow Rattle is known to grow naturally
Mervyn, Andy and Alasdair cutting the bents to protect and promote the growth of the Greater Yellow Rattle. A partnership with SNH.
We have adopted a garden and also plant around street furniture including our own notice board which one of the residents built last year.
Our completed Heritage Point. We involved the whole community and partner organisations such as SNH and RSPB in the creation of six interpretation boards to share information about our important heritage.
Residents entered into a community partnership with Angus Council to keep our public toilets open for visitors.
This gallery of photographs is a celebration of our journey towards Beautiful Scotland's Coastal Village in Bloom 2015. Our achievements would not have been possible without the encouragement and support of the wider community, Angus Council, and our many supporters. We have worked in partnership with a number of supportive organisations throughout the year such as SNH, Catchment Tay Ltd and the Tayside Biodiversity Forum. We are very grateful for financial support from, Catchment Tay Ltd, The Tesco Carrier bag scheme administered through Beautiful Scotland, Dobbies Garden Centre, Sustrans and the huge generosity of many individuals.