The next stage of our East Neuk Shared Use Path project is underway, as we push forward to expand public support for the route between St Andrews and Crail. We now need to attract interest from local councillors and show them why this project is worthwhile and valuable to the local area. In order to do this we need local communities to show their councillors this is a project that matters to them and their area. You can help by talking to your local councillor and coming to our steering group meetings, which are open to all who want to see the East Neuk Shared Use Path become a reality.
Our next steering group meeting is on the 24th August 2017 in the Transition Office in St Andrews at 7 Woodburn Place at 7:30 p.m., meaning this is the perfect time to get local councillors involved with the project and joining our meetings. When we achieve this we can begin a conversation with Fife and Community Councils about maintenance of the Path, a key aspect required when writing funding applications for construction of path infrastructure. By demonstrating community interest to your local councillors we can move closer to getting construction underway, in order to provide a safer commuting route, opportunities for cycle tourism and means to a healthier and greener lifestyle, all along the East Neuk.
For more information about the route and project please go here. If you have any questions about the Path or joining the steering group please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or join our Facebook group.