Why your donation counts
We are a Community driven charity which benefit the immediate area and wider reaching communities as a result.
Your Donation goes directly towards Projects like our Rangers, Beach Signages and helping realize a broader scope of community led ideas
Why your donation counts
In response, The LBCP came up with the idea to offer a community-led Ranger Service at Lunan Bay to educate visitors on SOAC and the benefits of the outdoors, while reducing stress and anxieties for the residents.
Proposals to mitigate this include: natural regeneration of woodland on established dunes, ongoing monitoring the effects of climate change and maintaining relatively low key development and recreational provision.
Support the LBCP
The LBCP relies on crucial funding to uphold and deliver on our Aims, Events and Projects which protect and benefit Lunan Bay, the surrounding and immediate community and visitors from all over the world.
We need your help
Help Us Provide a Permanent Ranger Service at Lunan Bay and Beyond
LBCP Ranger Service Awarded Angus Council Funding for Community Outdoor Education Weekly Junior Ranger Club, part of the free community
COME ALONG TO OUR FREE RANGER-LED EVENTS
Bird Trails – During School Holidays
The Ranger Project day-to-day management is provided by the voluntary contribution of the LBCP Board of Trustees
The initial Ranger project was funded by NatureScot’s Better Places Green Recovery Grant, applied for and awarded to the LBCP which allowed us to offer the Ranger Service from 1 July to 31 Oct 2021, in collaboration with Angus Council. The Ranger Project day-to-day management is provided by the voluntary contribution of the LBCP Board of Trustees. Much of the infrastructure was donated by LBCP members. The LBCP have applied for several grants to support a long term Ranger Service at Lunan Bay, and our ambition is to roll this community-led Ranger Service across Angus and throughout Scotland. If you would like to support us, we can also accept donations.
Our Community Ranger-led Junior Ranger Club at Lunan Bay.
With the Global UN Climate Change Conference, COP26, which is held in Glasgow, our priority is to continue educating children in Angus about the importance of nature through our Community Ranger-led Junior Ranger Club at Lunan Bay.
We are running this free family club every Sat from 12-2pm. Our Junior Ranger Club outdoor education classes is also available for Angus primary schools. We are also running a kids club over the Tattie holidays.