Todhill (Larbert, Stenhousemuir & Torwood) Wind Farm Fund

About the Panel

The Community Panel makes recommendations on awards from the Todhill (Larbert, Stenhousemuir & Torwood) Wind Farm Fund and advises on overall Fund strategy. The Panel is governed by a Terms of Reference that has been developed and agreed between the Community Council and Foundation Scotland. 

The Panel is made up of people who live, work or are active volunteers in the Larbert, Stenhousemuir & Torwood Community Council area. The Panel can comprise anywhere between six and 14 members. Community Councillors may comprise up to one third of the Panel membership. Currently the Panel is made up of four members appointed by the local Community Council and up to ten other members of the community. These ten members put themselves forward in a public call for volunteer Panel members in September 2015.

Each Panel member serves a minimum of two and a maximum of four years, with members retiring on a phased basis to ensure knowledge and expertise are retained. However, previous Panel Members may stand again. Opportunities to become a Panel member will always be openly advertised when these arise, both locally and on this webpage.

Meetings will be held at a frequency appropriate to the nature of the grant-making programme that the Panel devises with Foundation Scotland. It is anticipated that this will be at least one meeting each year. Dates will be set in advance but meetings can be called at any time at the discretion of the Panel and/or Foundation Scotland.

The current Panel is:

  • Anneliese Archibald 

  • Mhairi Coleman 

  • Ken Drummond 

  • Derek Fraser 

  • Peter Henderson

  • Scott Henderson

  • Colleen Hurren (Community Council)

  • Evelyn Kidd

  • Brian Liddle

  • Jim Muir (Community Council)

  • Lauralin Scott (Community Council)

  • Frances Sharp 

  • Denis Shovlin (Community Council)

  • Steph Toms

Panel Minutes 

The minutes of the Panel meetings can be found below:

November 2015

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