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The Forth Coastal Project was the result of £230,000 funding from the 'Coastal Communities Fund' in 2012.
The project area surrounded the river Forth - encompassing each of the coastal communities along the river in the Clackmannanshire Council area and beyond.
The Forth Coastal Project's ambition was to rekindle awareness around the significance of the river Forth in terms of natural heritage and as a green leisure resource.
Local communities were invited to find out more about the project and get involved through a number of events over the two year timescale. In total, almost 400 events were delivered and the project reached over 10,000 people across Forth Valley and at wider Scottish events.
Several project partners were involved in realising the project aims. Some of this work will continue in future years through the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative(IFLI) who partnered with the Forth Coastal Project in year 2.
The project brought together a number of local partners in and around the river Forth to achieve 4 primary aims:
Work on the project commenced in June 2013 and concluded in August 2015.
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