A series of engagement events will update the community on the progress of the Leanchoil Hospital Community Asset Transfer (CAT).
The plans include a state-of-the-art health and wellbeing centre in the building.
Erskine, who is working in partnership with Leanchoil Trust, will be there to talk about proposals to develop a veterans’ activity centre.
Attendees can also find out how to get involved in ‘Our Leanchoil’, a project which will tell the history of Leanchoil through the stories, memories, and photographs of those touched by Leanchoil.
Graham Hilditch, Chair of Leanchoil Trust, said: “We are extremely excited with the plans. It is a long road, and there is still a way to go, but with the support of the community we believe Leanchoil is uniquely placed – with its beautiful building, history, and wonderful grounds – to become a place of innovation that will inspire us all to improve our own health and wellbeing.
“The time is right to update the community with our plans. We hope that as many people as possible can attend the events. Leanchoil will belong to you, and this is your opportunity to be involved.”
See our events page for details of dates and times: https://forreslocal.com/events/
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Excellent well done.