Interpretation Board in Bathing House Wood
After a lot of hard work by several members of our group, designing, planning and seeking funds, Sunday 1st October saw the resulting board put in place. Thanks to the financial support received from the Green Network Community Project Fund, you can now see the culmination of all the effort and learn a bit more about this woodland. The board is sited where you enter Bathing House Wood along the Coastal Path from The Inches side. It shows a fascinating history, from links to the Earls of Moray at Donibristle House in the 18th Century to its use during WW1 & 2 in the defence of the Rosyth dockyards. And there is also information on some of the rich variety of wildlife in the woodland itself; the exposed rocky headland; and the sheltered waters of the bay.