This is a great opportunity to get together with likeminded people who are passionate about their local area and neighbourhood, who want to make a difference.

As a member of the steering group, you'll be involved in the whole the process, Including:

  • Deciding what type of projects the public can suggest.
  • Setting the criteria for successful projects.
  • Developing project ideas.
  • Agreeing which projects will go to a public vote.
  • Getting as many people in the area involved as possible.
  • Overseeing the vote to make sure it’s fair and transparent.

And you never know, you might also make some new friends!

Councillor Ian Cameron, Convener of the Kirkcaldy area committee said: “We’re looking for 15-20 people from all backgrounds and walks of life, who live in the Kirkcaldy area to become part of a Community Led Steering Group.

“So, as long you’re 16 or over – whether you’re employed, studying, own a business, out of work, or retired – we’d love you to get involved.

“And we really mean it when we say we want people from all walks of life, so please get in touch if there’s something stopping you from taking part - from childcare to transport and translation, we’ll do our best to find a way so you can get involved.”

No experience is needed as full training and support will be given. All we ask is that you can give us around 6 hours of your time a month until April 2025, when we have to spend the money by.

For more information and to sign up to the community led steering group, visit Applications open on Tuesday 7 May and close on Friday 7 June.

Kinghorn beach
Ravenscraig, Kirkcaldy
Burntisland town centre
Dysart waterfront