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The LEAP Project Team

Project Manager  Carol Gemmell  with Energy Advisors; Alan Vince and Laurie Duncan, Community Development Officers: Scott Duncan, Jen O’Brien and Susie Herteleer and Car Club Coordinator Diane Dunn, aim to deliver a range of free services in the communities of Lochwinnoch, Kilbarchan and Howwood.  To help residents save energy and money, provide free impartial advice on insulation, draught proofing, heating, renewables, grants and subsidies.  To encourage renewable developments,  food cooperatives and car sharing.  The project is funded through The Climate Challenge Fund until March 2015.

The Project has an office at 22 Church Street in Lochwinnoch and operates from The Old Library Centre at 9 Low Barholm in Kilbarchan.

The LEAP Steering Group

The Project team are managed by a Voluntary Steering Group, who originally founded the project in early 2010;

Martin Mansell, Stephanie Williamson, Dave Mellor, Lynn Jones and Lesley Scott

LMEG Lochwinnoch Millennium Events Group

The funding for the project is delivered through LMEG, Lochwinnoch Millennium Events Group, a company limited by guarantee with charitable status.  LMEG was constituted in 2002 and operates for the promotion for the public benefit of rural regeneration of Lochwinnoch and district.  The directors of LMEG are:

David Arthur, Duncan Bremner, David McCusker, Sue Richardson, Graeme Skelton and Stephanie Williamson

If you’d like to be more involved with the project, perhaps would like some help from the LEAP team or would like  to become a member of the Steering Group or LMEG,  please speaking to any of the people named above, drop into the LEAP office at 22 Church Street or phone 842 530

 

LMEG