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Royal Burgh of Burntisland

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Public to be denied access to these views over Burntisland historic harbour

Left to right: BiFab shed, Castle, old harbour, old rail ferry terminal, old rail station, historic Parish Church

Left to right: BiFab shed, Castle, old harbour, old rail ferry terminal, old rail station, historic Parish Church

Burntisland Community Council (BCC) News:

Community Award Winners 2022 announced!

The Community Award winners for 2022 are: Burntisland and District Pipe Band (Group and overall winners) and Luke Drummond (Individual Citizen winner.) For more information please see our Community Award Page.

BEAT and Coronavirus: If you require support or practical assistance, telephone the Toll Community Centre on 01592 872854 between 9am and 4pm.

Burntisland Food Bank is open Tuesdays and Fridays between noon and 2pm in the Salvation Army Hall at the corner of Lonsdale Crescent. For further information on how to access the service or make a donation please see: https://www.kirkcaldyfoodbank.org.uk

Need other help? Please see the Safe and Well booklet by clicking the tab bottom right of this page. This booklet is dated 2020 but we expect most of the contact details are still correct.

Fife Council website: The Fife Council website https://www.fife.gov.uk/ has a lot of information and easy to use features for members of the public to report issues that don’t require the intervention of a Councilor or a BCC member.

You can contact one of our local elected Fife Councilors for our community. Our three local Fife Councilors for Ward 9 are: Cllr Backhouse, Cllr Langlands, and Cllr Leslie. Their contact details are at: https://www.fife.gov.uk/kb/docs/articles/about-your-council2/politicians-and-committees/your-local-councillors

Queens Green Canopy: Our application for over 400 free small tree saplings from the Woodland Trust for community planting around our town, has been successful! We also now have the Fife Council Permission for all the suggested sites around town! Fife Council have also offered their assistance. Further information will be available early next year with community planting proposed for late March. Separately, we are also proposing to plant replacement trees in the gaps along the north edge of the Links.

For details please see: https://queensgreencanopy.org

Christmas Lights: We are looking for volunteers for our Festive Lights Group. If you'd like to help Burntisland 'sparkle', either by fundraising, organising, or practically, please contact us. No electrical skills are required and guidance is available. Meantime, our Christmas Lights are up as last year and looking festive!

Public Meetings: These are still being held by Zoom webinar until the pandemic eases enough to resume in-person meetings. If you would like to join any of our BCC public Zoom meetings, please contact the Chairman or Secretary for an electronic invitation. You can do so by emailing the 'contact us' box on this page before noon on the day of the meeting. Meetings can last up to two hours. The meeting Agenda will be posted on this website during the week prior to the meeting. (See tab on the right of this page.) If you would like a topic added to the agenda please use the 'contact us' box. You can also raise a topic at the start of the meeting but it will depend on time constraints if it can be included at that meeting. The meeting Minutes are posted on this website usually the Friday following the meeting (see minutes page.)

Community Police: The most recent report can be found under the most recent set of the BCC Minutes on the Minutes Page.

To report antisocial behaviour, vandalism and graffiti to Fife Council there is a reporting form on the Fife Council website:

https://www.fife.gov.uk/kb/docs/articles/community-life2/safer-communities/antisocial-behaviour

Join us: We are still recruiting for new BCC members. Despite recruiting new members recently, we still have three vacancies on BCC. Members are all unpaid volunteers who are interested in helping to improve their community. If you think you could contribute some of your time and energy in this way, please consider joining us! Members must be aged 16 or over and on the Electoral Register for Burntisland. Use the 'contact us' form below to email our secretary if you are interested. We are particularly seeking people prepared to help with the Burntisland Christmas Lights to help maintain and improve our town centre festive display.

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Sun sets on the east harbour

Forth Ports starts work to exclude public access

Port at Hogmanay

Port flowers Hogmanay 2021

Next BCC public meeting: 7pm Friday 11th February 2022 by Zoom webinar

Above: The Council Chamber in the Burgh Chambers. Below: The Burgh Chambers when it still had its spire and clock.

Above: The Council Chamber in the Burgh Chambers. Below: The Burgh Chambers when it still had its spire and clock.

Burgh Chambers Complex

For practical assistance in troubled times contact the BEAT via the Toll Community Centre

Until we reinstate our Paypal button, please contact us to arrange any donations.

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