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National Park Authority pays tribute to ‘thoughtful and diligent’ Board Member

Staff and Board members at Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority have paid tribute to National Park Authority Board Member, and Stirling Councillor, Graham Lambie, who has sadly passed away.

Gordon Watson, Chief Executive of the National Park Authority, paid tribute to Graham saying:

“Graham was a very committed and diligent National Park Authority Board member. He was always a source of thoughtful advice and clearly wanted the best for the National Park. He was a tireless servant to the communities he served and will be sorely missed by us all.”

James Stuart, Convener of the National Park Authority Board said:

“I was saddened to hear this news. Graham played an important part in our team: always thoughtful, diligent and without doubt cared deeply about the National Park and the people and communities he was a representative for as a councillor. He conveyed his passion for the area and the issues that mattered to him through his careful preparation, questioning and attention to detail. He was warm, approachable and extremely good company. I will miss him and I know I speak on behalf of the rest of the Board when I say that he will leave a big gap in our team.”

Notes to editors

  • Graham Lambie was appointed to the Park Authority Board on 1st October 2017 by Scottish Ministers following nomination by Stirling Council.
  • Graham was a Councillor for Stirling Council’s Forth and Endrick Ward. Read more about his activities as a Councillor on Stirling Council’s website.
  • Graham grew up in the local area and had a degree in Zoology, a PGCE, an MSc (Information Technology), and was a keen angler. Outside of council activities he was an IT Business Adviser and he assisted a number of businesses within the National Park area.
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