Plans are afoot to develop cycle ways for the East Neuk.
Initially this will involve linking Pittenweem to Anstruther and on to Cellardye and Kilrenny, and the plans will have multiple benefits for school pupils, those with mobility scooters and for residents and tourists alike.
However, in order to develop the best routes, a series of public consultation events will be held to provide locals with a platform to have their say.
Anstruther Cycle Group is working with Anstruther Community Council to develop the routes and will be consulting with the public at Waid Academy tomorrow (Thursday) from 5pm to 7pm; the Co-op this Saturday, November 21 from 10am to noon; at Anstruther Primary School on Monday, November 23 from 3pm to 4pm; and at the Scottish Fisheries Museum on Friday, November 27 from 10am to 1pm.
Plans will also be available, with a questionnaire, on Anstruther.info so it is hoped several people will respond online.
Councillor Elizabeth Riches urged the public to get involved, commenting: “Everyone can benefit from these plans.”