Watten Wind Farm Charitable Trust 

Panel News

Up to three vacancies have arisen for local residents living in the Watten Community Council area to serve on the Panel.


Anyone aged 16 and over and resident in the Watten Community Council area, can put themselves forward.
To find out more about what’s involved in being a Panel member download the role profle or complete a nomination form.

Deadline for nominations is 5pm on Monday 3rd September.

About the Panel

A Community Panel makes recommendations on awards from the Fund and advises on overall Fund strategy. The Panel is governed by a Terms of Reference that has been developed and agreed between community representatives and Foundation Scotland and is reviewed from time to time.

The Panel is made up of people who live in the area that the Fund covers and volunteers are a mixture of community councillors and other members of the community. The community councillor representatives were nominated or arranged from within the community council. The other members were voted for by the community.

Each Panel member serves a minimum of one 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 are openly advertised when these arise, both locally and on this webpage.

The Panel meets twice a year to make decisions on applications to the fund.

Anne Alexander
Dee Brown
Jane Coghill
William Coghill
Jim Macdonald
Rosalyn Macdonald
Richard Otley
John Sinclair
John Sinclair
Liam Swanson
David Thomson
Lesley Anne Young

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