After 30 years running the Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, a site owned by CalaChem in the heart of industrial Grangemouth, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has taken the difficult decision to step back from managing the site. Read our news story here.
We are now running a public consultation to assess whether there is interest from groups, organisations or businesses in finding an alternative way for the site to remain open to the community from April 2024.
|Thu 19 Oct||12:30-16:00||Open viewing of the site for interested parties||Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, Grangemouth, FK3 8LH|
|Thu 19 Oct||16:15-17:15||Stakeholder meeting – open to all with a particular focus on groups, organisations and businesses to ask questions and voice interest||Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, Grangemouth, FK3 8LH|
|Thu 19 Oct||19:00-20:00||Public meeting – open to all as a chance for the general public to ask questions and voice interest||Main Hall at the Grangemouth Community Education Unit, 69-71 Abbots Rd, FK3 8JE (located to the side of the Grangemouth Sports Complex)|
|Tue 24 Oct||16:30-17:30||Online meeting – open to all as a chance to ask questions and voice interest||Zoom (click here to register)|
|Fri 27 Oct||Consultation closes|
We are very keen to assess how the community views and values Jupiter, and to hear ideas and interest in how the site might become a community-run asset. If you would like to submit a response to our consultation survey, please click on the button below. The deadline for responding to this survey is midnight on Friday 27 October.