Melville Update

Latest updates from Melville Landfill site courtesy of Cllr David McDairmid

Why is the 100ft wind turbine not in operation at Lower Melville Wood landfill site, after being erected many months ago?

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The problem is with Scottish Power’s delay in connecting to the grid.

Scottish Power have promised FIfe Council to have the turbine operational by the end of this month (May).

How much does the council make from the gas generation from lower melville wood and Dunfermline.

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£1 million in 2015.

What about the stench that is being leaked from the lower melville wood landfill site.

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The well seals are being replaced throughout the site, and should help the situation, although further leaks could not be guaranteed in the future, SEPA have no concerns.

Letham Flower Show Coffee Morning

The Letham Flower Show Committee are having a Coffee Morning on Saturday 7 May between 10.00 am and 11.30 am in the Corn Exchange in Cupar.

 

We would welcome your support on the day and any donations for the Baking, Plants, Tombola, Raffle and Bric-a-brac stalls would be gratefully received. Please bring them to the Corn Exchange on the day or contact Geoff McDonald 01337 810250.

Letham Gymkhana 2016

This year’s Letham Gymkhana will take place on Sunday 21st August 2016 at the The Howe Country Centre in Giffordtown, courtesy of Highfield Equestrian.

It’s a fun and friendly show, with classes to suit all ages and abilities: Jumping, Turnout, Riding Club horse/Pony Club pony, games, and Handy pony.
Perpetual trophies awarded for the winners of every class, and for overall points, and best Veteran (over 20yo)

Entries will be taken on the day, but if you enter in advance you’ll save a few ££, and save some time on the day!

Schedule and entry form will be available here soon, note the date in your diary in the meantime.

email gymkhana@letham.org.uk if you’ve any queries or if you could spare some time to help out on the day.

Hope to see you there!