Our Place Plan Continues

Community Groups

As we progress with our first ever Local Place Plan and find out what are the priorities in the community for submission to Fife Region we are holding one to one conversations with people who run groups or organisations in the area. This will give us great insight into what is needed and where for future developments. If you help with any community groups and would like a chat about what you need and can offer to the community – just reply to this email.


On that note we are going to have a Community Groups Open Day in the Durham Hall on the 4th of December from 12pm until 3pm at the Durham Hall, Lower Largo and hope as many people as possible from the abundance of groups and organisations that run throughout the area can make it along to showcase what they do.

There will be mince pies, tea and coffee and we hope you can drop in or get in touch if you want to get involved.

Get in touch now

Calling all businesses

We are also engaging with everyone in the area who has a business, land or a farm and will be holding an evening event on Monday 14th of November based on forging new connections and a collective strategy for the Largo Area community, please do get in touch if this is you! We want to this reach as many types of business interests in the area so no matter the size or area you operate in do get in touch.

We will also be reaching out individually but don’t want to accidentally miss anyone who wants to be included.

Friends of Largo Bay

We continue to work with the primary schools in the area on gaining an understanding what the children value. Most recently we did three beach cleans for the Great National Beach Clean. Please see the graphs attached for a depiction of what we found. We look forward to welcoming our local Oyster Officer to Largo Bay after the holidays as she comes along to the next outdoor day with the children. More on that soon.


We continue our Friends of Largo Bay group and will be hosting Shaun Suttie of The East Neuk Hatchery at Largo Library on the 26th of October at 7pm. Do come along to find out more about this conservation project which he plans will result in a local centre focusing on regenerating lobster populations.

A big thank you too to everyone who filled out the survey for Friends of Largo Bay – it really helps us shape the vision going forward and we look forward to sharing more with you all soon…

All results from the Survey are here and get in touch if you want a chance to submit your views.

Community Council Meeting Next Week


An in-person meeting of Largo Area Community Council will be held on
Monday 17.10.22 at 7.15pm in the Simpson Institute, Main street Upper Largo

Members of the public are invited to submit issues for discussion by the following means:-

(1) by telephoning the Chairman (Peter Aitken) (01333-320574) or the
Secretary (Donna Stewart) (07882514983)

(2) by Emailing the Chairman (Peter
Aitken)([email protected])
or the Secretary(Donna Stewart) ([email protected] )


This is a public meeting and members of the public are welcome so do just come along !