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The Home of “Welcome to Kinghorn”

for residents and visitors alike.

Core Paths.  In January 2010, the community council decided it was an opportune time to resurrect the Pathways sub-group which had not been active for a few years.  Its main purpose had been to assist the Fife Access Forum in devising a Core Path network.  The final proposals will be coming back for final comment in the next few months.  It is not expected that there will be any problems as we have been very closely involved all along.


The Community Council Pathways Group is really getting active and dealing with:

(1) the protection of up to 50 paths in Kinghorn,

(2) Improving and keeping Rodan Braes pathway to the “Witches Cottage” open all year around (see above),

(3) The maintenance and signposting of our pathways network,

(4) Developing new and improving pathways.

If you would like to be involved email Secretary.now has the remits given in the boxes above.  Please contact the secretary.  Douglas Gray is the chairman and Rena Wallace its secretary.


Viewpoint.  We are moving along with the proposed new viewpoint at Inch View (top of Cemetery steps).  We have the funding in place (£57000) and planning permission is being sought.  All are welcome to help.  If you wish to help please contact the secretary.


War Memorial.  The proposal to improve the War Memorial area and produce a “Village Square” is being taken forward through Fife Council with the support of a number of community groups and the community council.  Unfortunately the bid for funding from the Scottish Government was unsuccessful and so the groups need to seek other avenues for funding.  This is ongoing.


If you want an update on any of these projects please contact the secretary.

Projects on the go in Kinghorn

New and improved pathways

Views of Edinburgh and the Pentland Hills across the Firth of Forth from the improved Rodanbraes pathway.

Can you give some time to help the work party.

See the attached poster for details of how the Club works and how it helps our Community Centre.

Key Links

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Email secretary.

Contact details for the Community Centre Community Centre diary of classes The Bay Hotel at Pettycur Auld Hoose

THE WEE HOOSE

SELF CATERING ACCOMMODATION

The Auld Hoose

6-8 Nethergate,

Kinghorn, KY3 9SY

01592 890320

Johnbabs.campbell@ic24.net


Autumn looms in Kinghorn in pictures.

Kinghorn at night with ships

Party night - Looking down on the lights of Kinghorn from Craigencalt with ships out in the firth.

Seal colony at Seafield

Australian relatives at the seal colony at Seafield.

Baby seal and mum

This year’s pup peeping over the waves.

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