Scottish Wildlife Trust statement on coronavirus

UPDATED: 29 May

“Like many organisations, the Scottish Wildlife Trust continues to closely monitor the evolving situation with coronavirus,” explains Health & Safety Officer Jim Boyce.

“The health and safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors is of the highest importance, and we will continue to follow the most recent government advice on the situation. The majority of our staff will continue to work from home and all non-essential activities organised by the Trust involving members of the public and volunteers remain suspended, unless held online or by phone, until further notice.”

Caroline Martin, Regional Visitor Centres Manager, added: “Our visitor centres remain closed until further notice. Please check the visitor centre webpages for further updates.”

For information on our reserves and visitor centres, click here.

For the latest advice on coronavirus, click here.

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UPDATED: 29 May “Like many organisations, the Scottish Wildlife Trust continues to closely monitor the evolving situation with coronavirus,” explains Health & Safety Officer Jim Boyce. “The health and safety …

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