Following its public walkabout event in Silverburn Park last week, Fife Employment Access Trust has told the Mail it will be holding more events in which local people can get involved.
Around a dozen people attended the event held on April 20, but FEAT manager Duncan Mitchell said it was a successful evening, with many of those attending signing up for volunteering in the park.
We’re updating councillors at their July meeting in Leven and planning small events through the summer holidaysDuncan Mitchell
Those who could not make it along for that event are encouraged to head down to Promfest in Leven this Saturday, as FEAT will be on hand to answer any questions the public might have about plans for the park.
Duncan added: “We’re updating councillors at their July meeting in Leven and planning small events through the summer holidays, which will also include opportunities for walk-throughs with people.
“Our board has accepted the tender from the Fife Historic Buildings Trust to undertake the next phase of the Flax Mill developments, so this work will begin in earnest in the near future too.
“Certainly, we’ll keep community members up to date with the progress on this front.”