News and events

Keep up-to-date with the latest developments regarding the Programme and its projects.

The impressive life cycle of the European eel
The impressive life cycle of the European eel
  25 September 20 |   Forth River Trust

The River Leven and Loch Leven has a long history with the eel dating back as far as 1573. Find out more about these fascinating creatures.   Read the full story

Migratory fish in the River Leven
Migratory fish in the River Leven
  25 September 20 |   Water Environment Fund

Despite the River Leven's industrial past, many species of fish continue to live in the river, and some even thrive! Find out more about some in our article.   Read the full story

The Leven Programme supports storage and shelter unit for the Bats Wood Project
The Leven Programme supports storage and shelter unit for the Bats Wood Project
  28 August 20 |   The Leven Programme

The Bats Wood Project has just put in place a storage and shelter unit supported by Fife Council and The Leven Programme.   Read the full story

Work underway to clear footpaths within Levenmouth
Work underway to clear footpaths within Levenmouth
  20 August 20 |   The Leven Programme

As part of the Sustrans funded Spaces for People approach , Fife Council's Training Team, based in Levenmouth, have been getting involved by cutting a clear path for local people to take exercise along the River Leven and access other parts of the community.   Read the full story

Accessible Rivers Photography Competition
Accessible Rivers Photography Competition
  10 July 20 |   The Leven Programme

We’re currently taking submissions to our River Leven Accessible Rivers Photo Competition. Send us your images that best captures the beauty of the River Leven in Fife.   Read the full story

Spaces for People consultation
Spaces for People consultation
  03 July 20 |   The Leven Programme

Fife Council, in conjunction with the Leven Programme is looking to implement temporary changes along some streets within Levenmouth, which would support physical distancing and help prevent a second wave of the outbreak.   Read the full story