Watch out Falkirk – there’s a new Ranger in town

The Trust has appointed Clare Toner as our new Falkirk Ranger to help local communities become inspired by the nature that surrounds them. 

Clare Toner, the Trust's new Falkirk Ranger 

Clare will be in charge of our Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre and also help people engage with the Trust’s five wildlife reserves in the region. 

She said: “Jupiter has been at the heart of Grangemouth for nearly 25 years. It’s fantastic to be able to build on the great rapport that the Trust has forged with the local community.

“I’m also really looking forward to getting to know the Trust’s Wildlife Reserves in the wider area, and helping to get people involved with their local green spaces through public events and practical conservation work.”

Clara Govier, Head of Charities, People’s Postcode Lottery said: “Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre is an inspirational place that shows how quickly wildlife can flourish in urban areas when it is given a chance.

“Our players will be delighted to know they are supporting Clare’s work to connect people with nature and help the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s reserves in the area continue to thrive.”  

The Trusts's reserves in the Falkirk area include Bo’Mains Meadow, Cambus Pools and Wallacebank Wood.

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