Crail has formed the Crail Community Partnership to take their local action plan forward with the support of more or less every community group in Crail through the Charrette process.
Crail Community Partnership has presented the newly produced plan but now the hard work starts. Challenges ahead include incorporating up to 350 new houses that are planned to be built to the north of Crail as part of the Fife regional plan. Crailers have said clearly they are up for this challenge, to make a viable and sustainable Crail for the future.
Crail Community Partnership is charged with taking forward delivery of the outcomes. The Partnership has now been awarded official charity registration by OSCR, the charity regulator. We are also now registered with DTAS (Development Trust Association Scotland)
My role is to co-ordinate the activities of the Trustees and sub-groups and pull together all the various targets & ambitions, to ensure that CCP delivers its objectives.
I am Chair of Crail community Council, Hon Vice-president of Crail Preservation Society,
and Convenor of Crail Wine Club.
I am currently Chairman of Crail Preservation Society, Trustee of Crail Museum and work very actively in support of community initiatives such as Crail Festival and Crail Folk Club. I really enjoy my role as one of the green-keepers on Crail's Putting Green.
I am currently the treasurer of Crail Community Partnership. Retired Chartered Accountant primarily residing in Crail.
My role is to sign up & encourage new members & ensure we keep them updated with all the latest information and work of CCP. I'm am vice-secretary of Crail Community Council & play an active part in Crail Parish Church, including editing the Karail Magazine. By being part of CCP I hope to create a better future for all and being a trainee teacher I hope to make Crail more attractive to youngsters.
I am a member of Crail Community Council, and an Editor of 'Crail Matters'. My wife and I have lived in Crail for 12 years. I have a background in Forensic Psychology with a strong interest in community engagement.
I am a Professor of Biology at St Andrews University and have lived in Crail for 16 years, and hope for another 30! I am a keen birder and have written the Wild Crail blog https://aboutcrail.wordpress.com for the last 10 years.
I am a recently retired Director and Executive Manager with experience in several business sectors. As the Trustee focusing on Crail North my 20+ years with a major private housebuilder and in civil engineering construction is of most relevance. In addition to my CCP role I previously sat on the Management Committee of Crail Golfing Society
As Honorary President of Crail Preservation Society, past President of Anstruther Rotary Club, Kellie Castle & Crail Museum Guide, involvement with Crail Festival & Crail Food Festival & being a retired architect & town planner, I bring a range of public involvement, planning & project management experience to Crail Community Partnership.
Retired Head of Information at Visit Scotland.
Retired Managing Director (Oil and Gas).
I am the Local Justice of the peace for Crail.
I was the Museum Curator for Fife Folk Museum & have been a volunteer at Crail Museum since its inception in 1978. I am a member of the Crail Preservation Society & past Chairman & Secretary.
A Crail resident for 24 years, I have a keen interest in nature conservation and ornithology. Over my career I have worked in countryside management for the RSPB, several local authorities, including Fife Council, and latterly as Chief Executive of Fife Coast & Countryside Trust.