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Central Fife Times – Calls for Trustees to go

THE Office for Scottish Charity Regulators (OSCR) has upheld multiple complaints of poor governance against the 4 Winds Trust, a charity which distributes almost £50,000 in annual community benefit from the Little Raith wind farm to local community groups.

Trustees are members of the community councils of Lochgelly, Cowdenbeath, Auchtertool and Lumphinnans.

And this week former Lochgelly Community Council chair James Glen said that the decision vindicated his moves as he was the first to raise concerns about a lack of transparency and public accountability in the charity’s operations in 2015. He also this week called for trustees to resign.

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