Last summer Callum Morton, a student at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, studying MSus classical Mandolin, got in touch with the WWF Scotland team to let us know he was planning on raising funds for WWF by busking during the Edinburgh Festival. We were interested to find out what inspired Callum to brave Edinburgh’s climate […]Read more
I am the Media and Communications Manager at WWF Scotland. My role is to raise the profile of WWF’s work in both traditional media (newspapers/radio/tv) and social media, including Facebook and Twitter. Before coming to work for WWF Scotland I was a broadcast journalist reading the news for various local radio stations across the country. When not at the office, I can be found trotting up country lanes on my horse or reading a good crime novel!
My latest posts
Ok, I’ll admit I can be a bit of a crazy cat but even for me the thought of stepping out in Edinburgh at the end of November isn’t the most attractive proposition. Let’s face it, it is likely to be cold and maybe a bit windy. But myself and thousands of others from all […]Read more
Yesterday I was one of the estimated 4,000 people who turned up to attend the Pedal on Parliament (POP) rally in Edinburgh to make Scotland a ‘cycle-friendly nation’. As someone who comes from the Netherlands, I know just how good it can be to cycle in a country that respects, encourages and invests in cyclists. […]Read more