LEVEN ADVENTURE FAQ'S

Why Haven't you or or don't you have a local public meeting to tell people about the zipwire plans and allow questions to be asked there?

This project was first voiced to the community in May 2018 and over the past 3 years Leven Adventure have been very responsive to questions from the community.

In mid 2019 we had a meeting in the Post Office in the village where we advertised the time and date on the local notice board of the co-op and another public meeting on the 24th July 2019 (at the Leven Centre at 7pm). 

Both locations are central places that villages tend to visit, some daily.  We also started a FaceBook page in case some people didn't go to these places. 

Twenty people filled in questionnaires at the meeting but more attended, some taking the questionnaires away with them.

We had complaints that people couldn't get to it (after the meeting) so we had another in the Leven Centre, posting it in several places including the local paper.  This was well attended.

We also started a web site to offer information as and when it developed and invited people to ask questions. 

We continually encourage people to contact us if they have any questions.

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Will the noise affect wildlife?

A lot of the wildlife have moved into the village despite there being people and noise here, even during COVID.

In fact, sometime traffic have to wait until they've moved before they can continue their journey.

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LEVEN ADVENTURE FAQ'S

Why Haven't you or or don't you have a local public meeting to tell people about the zipwire plans and allow questions to be asked there?

This project was first voiced to the community in May 2018 and over the past 3 years Leven Adventure have been very responsive to questions from the community.

In mid 2019 we had a meeting in the Post Office in the village where we advertised the time and date on the local notice board of the co-op and another public meeting on the 24th July 2019 (at the Leven Centre at 7pm). 

Both locations are central places that villages tend to visit, some daily.  We also started a FaceBook page in case some people didn't go to these places. 

Twenty people filled in questionnaires at the meeting but more attended, some taking the questionnaires away with them.

We had complaints that people couldn't get to it (after the meeting) so we had another in the Leven Centre, posting it in several places including the local paper.  This was well attended.

We also started a web site to offer information as and when it developed and invited people to ask questions. 

We continually encourage people to contact us if they have any questions.

Screenshot 2019-05-03 at 14.18.02.png

Will the noise affect wildlife?

A lot of the wildlife have moved into the village despite there being people and noise here, even during COVID.

In fact, sometime traffic have to wait until they've moved before they can continue their journey.

174009581_472137320900566_28704138252438