Freuchie Flood Action Group is proud to announce Alex Hill, the Met Office’s Chief Advisor to Government in Scotland and Northern Ireland, is coming to Freuchie on the evening of Thursday 30th April 2009.
We’re lucky to have secured Alex to deliver this presentation and to answer questions on Climate Change. Of course we’ll be especially interested in the flooding aspect of the changes in the climate.
Alex is a native Glaswegian who, after Strathclyde University, joined the Met Office in the early 1970s. He has held a variety of posts working amongst others as a forecaster at RAF Leuchars, Glasgow Weather Centre, Senior Forecaster London Weather Centre, and ITV National Weather.
After a spell as Head of London Weather Centre Alex moved back north and is currently the Met Office Chief Advisor to Government for Scotland & Northern Ireland.
Date and Time
7:00 for 7:15pm on Thursday 30th April 2009
Lomond Hills Hotel – Freuchie
This event is free and open to the general public.
It would be appreciated if you could send us a message just to let us know you’re coming along. It helps us plan the logistics of the event.
People may remember Alex Hill as the face of ITV weather back in the late eighties and early nineties. Need a memory jolt? Try this video of him presenting the ITV weather report back in 1989.