Contact Us

Atlantic Salmon Trust
11 Rutland Square

0131 221 6550

Media and General enquiries
Please contact Trust Administrator:

Pamela Lowry
Tel: 0131 221 6550

Executive Director
For matters regarding policy, organisation, management, projects, PR and fundraising, please contact the Trust’s Executive Director (also with particular responsibility for International and Scottish issues):

Sarah Bayley Slater
Tel: 0131 221 6550

Director (England & Wales)
For matters in England and Wales please contact:

Ivor Llewelyn
Tel: 01424 734151

Research Director
For research enquiries please contact:

Prof. Ken Whelan



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