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The Courier – Regulator slams Fife charity

The 4 Winds Development Trust was established to administer community benefit cash given annually by the owner of Little Raith wind farm, near Lochgelly.

An inquiry was launched by the Office of the Scottish Charities Regulator following a complaint about the organisation, whose trustees are community councillors in Lochgelly, Cowdenbeath, Auchtertool and Lumphinnans.

The watchdog’s investigations officer Sharon Walker told the charity: “OSCR’s findings are that the charity’s governance has been weak and the charity trustees have not adhered to the terms of their constitution.”

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