A LEVENMOUTH improvements group is looking for anybody with ideas on how to enhance the local environment to get in touch with its members.
Take a Pride in Levenmouth (TAPIL) has funding available which is ready to be spent on sprucing the area up, and is keen to hear how current residents think it should best be used.
People and groups can contact TAPIL where they can apply for funding themselves to help carry out necessary works.
The funding can be used for a wide range of projects providing the outcome is an improvement to the local area.
This could include planters, baskets, plants or trees, or even for tools for clearing and maintaining an untidy area of your street.
The award will be support in kind or materials and will have a maximum value equivalent to £250 for each award.
Stewart Christie, the locality support team leader for Levenmouth, said: “Fife Council recognises that funding of any description can be difficult to come by in the current climate, but physical improvements to an area raises peoples sense of well being and develops a civic pride in their area.
“We hope both groups and residents will come forward with their ideas.”
For more information and an application form, contact Laura Thomson on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 08451 55 55 55 ext: 450 868.
More information on Take a Pride in Levenmouth can be found on www.fifedirect.org/tapif.