People in Levenmouth are being invited along to Silverburn Park for a walk around and to hear Fife Employment Access Trust’s (FEAT) plans for the space.
On Monday, representatives from FEAT will be on hand within Silverburn Estate to offer a walk about with local community members.
This will give locals the chance to hear about the organisation’s plans for the park, and provide them an opportunity to ask any questions they might have.
Duncan Mitchell, manager at FEAT, said: “Starting from the car park, we will highlight opportunities for allotments and camping; discuss options for the Flax Mill - though no entry will be available to the mill - and a short walk around the grounds to highlight the progress of volunteers in the woodland maintenance.”
Anyone unable to attend on the night can also view FEAT’s business plan for Silverburn Estate in full within the downloads section at www.journeytowork.co.uk
There is no need to reserve a place on the walk about, all are welcome to attend and anyone interested is asked to meet at the car park at 5.00 p.m.
Starting from the car park, we will highlight opportunities for allotments and camping; discuss options for the Flax Mill and a short walk around the groundsDuncan Mitchell
The opening of the park to those interested in its future has been in the works for a few weeks, as FEAT look to have a more ‘on-site presence’ following the opening of their new office in one of the cottages.
The group has also taken on three new staff members who will be based at the cottage, which will also be developed by FEAT volunteers in the coming months as a growing and horticulture project.
Speaking to the Mail recently, Mr Mitchell also revealed plans to create a ‘Friends of Silverburn’ group for interested community members, as well as improvements to the Facebook page and regular updates on the site to aid with ongoing community communication.