The public is invited to a series of information sessions organised by Fife Council which will provide more detail on the new Waid secondary school.
The sessions are due to take place in several locations around north east Fife, and anyone who wants to find out more can attend and can meet the team involved and ask any questions they may have.
These drop in style events have been organised as a way of giving parents and the wider community a chance to look at plans and have their queries answered.
The sessions are taking place on the following dates:
April 28, 2.00-8.00p.m. at St Monans Primary School;
April 30, 4.00 - 9.00p.m. at Waid Academy;
May 5, 2.00-8.00p.m. at Lundin Mill Primary School;
May 6, 2.00-8.00p.m. at Crail Primary School.
Plans will be on show and council officers will be there to talk through the current proposals.
Funding for the new Waid Academy, which will be known as The Waid, was secured by Fife Council back in October. It’s included in a £330 million package of spending to rebuild or replace schools in 13 local authority areas across Scotland.
The new build will not only include education facilities, but will act as a ‘community hub’ which will serve all the whole of the East Neuk.
The new £21. 5 million facility is expected to open in 2016.