Group History

Set up as part of the Millenium Celebrations the group was launched, The Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II was the international celebration held in 2002 marking the 50th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II to the throne.

To mark this occasion the group arranged for a celebration at the White House.
The local children at school received commemerative medals. 


In June 2015  the Initiative Group applied for and was successful in becoming part of the Coalfields Community Futures Programme this involved other Community Groups and together we formed a Steering Group. This has now resulted in the completion of a community wide consultation and development of a village plan to be used as a guide to where our community wants to develop over the years. As part of this we worked to create a Forth and District Development Trust to support the outcomes of the plan. Within Forth there are several good local groups working for the benefit of the community. They are all represented on the Development Trust Steering Group.
Through a lot of hard work by the community, Forth have been lucky enough to win several awards over the years



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Latest News

Forth Eco Site Open
The Forth Eco SIte (behind Hailstonegreen at the side of the park) is now open for the 2024 Season.
The public opening times are Tuesday & Wednesday 10am - 1pm.Everyone welcome to come and have a look around. If you are interested in volunteering locally please drop in.

The Annual General Meeting was held on Thursday the 22nd February. It was well attended and three new members joined the committee.

Beautiful Scotland Awards

We won Silver Gilt and we were also awarded the RHS Discretionary judges award for Overcoming Adversity,Thank you Keep Scotland Beautiful for a fantastic evening and well done to everyone on their awards,a very big Thanks to all those who assisted in any way

Christmas Lights

The switch on took place on Sunday 29th November 2023, at 4.30pm and was carried out by Mrs Isa Gardiner.Ten new lights were added in 2022, our 20th Anniversary year as these needed to be replaced.
Cloburn Quarry very kindly donated the money so we could purchase the ten lights and we are enormously grateful to them.


We work with residents of all ages for the benefit of our community.The group have a wider remit which includes restoration of our parks and regeneration of our village, participating in Beautiful Scotland and other award schemes.
If you have some spare time & could help with weeding at the eco site or around the village, planting our barrels & hanging baskets in the summer or if you could water the ones near where you live, please get in touch.

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