A charette is to be held in an East Neuk village to help build a long term vision for its future.
The Crail Community Partnership was formed earlier this year, with the aim of putting together a charette which would give locals the chance to share their views on the village.
The group, including representatives of various local organisations and residents, wants local residents to share their thoughts on issues such as tourism, jobs and the environment, with the aim of creating an action plan for the future of Crail.
Max Taylor, chair of the community council and a member of the partnership, said: “The aim is to find out what we want for Crail – what we need and what is attainable. After that we’ll see how we can achieve these ends.
“It’s part of the community getting its act together and deciding what it wants to be.
“What can we do as a community to get what we need?”
The charette is set to take place in April, and Mr Taylor is keen to get as many people involved as possible.
“We’re keen to involve everyone and we want people to know what’s going on,” he explained.