From our edition of Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Sir, – I have lost my glasses on November 7, between Asda and Dunnes in Cumbernauld. If anyone has found them, please don’t put in your own lenses as I can’t do without them. Please call 01236 612627. – Yours etc.,
MRS NAN KEMP
Trees for life
Sir,- I would like to ask readers to help save the UK’s equivalent of a rainforest from being lost forever
and to protect its unique species from extinction, by voting for Trees for Life in the Big Lottery and ITV People’s Millions contest on Thursday 28 November.
Our award-winning conservation charity is restoring the ancient Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands, for our children and grandchildren to enjoy. We have been shortlisted in the People’s Millions to win £50,000 of Big Lottery funding for a pioneering training programme at Dundreggan Conservation Estate near Loch Ness – where every year hundreds of volunteers from across Britain will be able to learn how to restore native forests and transform their lives through close connections with Nature.
Voting is by telephone on 28 November. The number to call will be announced on the day, including on our website www.treesforlife.org.uk. Up to 10 calls can be made from each phone (mobile or land line), at a cost of 11p from a landline. Please make a lasting difference to Britain’s wonderful wildlife and wild places, and vote for us! - Yoursetc.,
Alan Watson Featherstone
Director, Trees for Life
The Park, Findhorn Bay
Forres, Moray, IV36 3TZ