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Braes & Buckhaven Shore

Planted over 3,000 fruit trees as community orchards, and more fruit shrubs

Planted over 7,500 native trees as community woodland, also seeking to reduce erosion

Planted wildflower and spring bulbs

Installed community art, in the form of oak path archways, totem poles and wall murals

Installed 10 interpretation panels on our social and natural history

Developed walking trails and held learning events

(heritage walks, nature walks, bat walks, picnics)

Maintaining volunteer action in planting, maintenance,

litter picking and recycling long paths, shore and green space

CLEAR is also working with Fife Council to develop a strategic vision of the shore corridor. A major community-planning exercise Buckhaven Links! led by CLEAR is underway in spring 2017

One of 8 path entrance archways, resembling the old whale jawbanes, encourage people walking and are community art in their own right

One of 8 path entrance archways, resembling the old whale jawbanes, encourage people walking and are community art in their own right

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 CLEAR Buckhaven & Methil- Registered charity SC043573 
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