Funding has been secured to allow an East Neuk community organisation to transform an area of Pittenweem.
Support and financial backing of around £4000 has come from Fife Council and the Countryside Trust, enabling Pittenweem Community Trust (PiCT) to focus on West Braes.
The scheme will involve repairing crazy golf and puittiong up a hut to rent out the clubs and provide refreshments.
PiCT director Susan Wilkinson said: “Many residents remember the fun we had at the West Braes from our childhoods. We look forward to renovating the Braes area back to its former glory.”
The hut and crazy golf will be the first phase of this ongoing project for PiCT and will provide at least one full-time job over the summer, added Susan.
“We are also appealing for volunteers to help with the renovations and staffing the hut,” she explained. “PiCT has committed to adding considerably to the budget from our existing funds too.”
To volunteer your time or expertise, contact PiCT on 01333 311 433, visit www.pict.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, you can come along to the sub-group meetings in the West End Bar at 7pm on Tuesday evenings.
PiCT is a not-for-profit community group working for the social, environmental and economic benefit of Pittenweem. The Trust is working on issues close to the hearts of local people but outside the jurisdiction of the Community Council and other local bodies.