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Community Information

Photo by Heather Aird

Stay up to date with what is going on in the community

and the projects that community organisations are currently undertaking.

12th Fife East Neuk Scouts

Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart.

From camping and hiking to surfing and paragliding, there are hundreds of activities that Scouting offers. Join in and see for yourself.

Crail Art Group

Founded in 2003 we began as 12 amateur artists which has now grown to over 40 members,  We hold regular exhibitions at Easter and Pre-Christmas and do a children’s workshop as part of Crail Festival in July every year.

Contact Auriol on 01333 450805

Crail Badminton Club

Meets  on Tuesdays  7 – 10pm in Crail Community Hall

New members welcome

Any queries:- Tel. Anne on  07769156003

Crail Bowling Club

A local friendly bowling club - visitors and new members welcome

Crail Community Choir

Always wanted to try your hand at singing but never quite got around to it?
It's never too late to try something new! With our 'COMMUNITY CHOIR' we aim to provide the opportunity for anyone to be part of a village choir, learning specially arranged versions of the big hits from stage and screen, choral and folk songs with our Musical Director, Janice Nisbet. No need to read music.
We meet on Mondays at 7.30 pm in the Town Hall or Church Hall (see local notices). £1 per night.
Come along and join us!


Crail Community Council

The Royal Burgh of Crail and district Community Council is an elected body created to ascertain, co-ordinate and express to local and public authorities the views of the Crail community. Community Councils are the most local tier of statutory representation in Scotland, they bridge the gap between local authorities and communities, and help to make public bodies aware of the opinions and needs of the communities they represent. A particular role of the Council is to encourage community participation and a sense of community spirit.

Crail Community Partnership

Crail Community Partnership are taking forward Crail's Local Place Plan through various initatives to help make Crail more viable and sustainable for the future. 


Crail Festival

Crail Festival Committee organises the annual Crail Festival which takes place during the Glasgow Fair fortnight
in a variety of locations around Crail.


The 2024 Festival, will be held 17 -27 July. There are monthly meetings, usually, the first Tuesday of each month.

Crail Folk Club

A folk and acoustic music club meeting typically on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month in Crail Town Hall.

Crail Community Hall

Crail Community Hall is available for community use.

If you are a group looking for a space or an individual who wants to start a new activity, just get in touch by emailing 

Currently we are actively looking to expand the fitness class offer at the hall in addition to the very successful Pilates classes that are run by Judy Drew every Wednesday. 

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Crail Guild

The Church of Scotland Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland which invites and encourages both women and men to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and enables them to express their faith in worship, prayer and action.

We meet on a Thursday at 2.15pm in Crail Kirk Hall.

Crail In Bloom

'Crail in Bloom' plant and maintain the flower tubs and barrier baskets on Marketgate, St Andrews Road and the High Street. We have also started to plant an orchard in the field between Kirk Wynd and Roome Bay Avenue. We are entirely a volunteer organisation and raise funds for the plants, compost, new tubs and so on by holding regular coffee mornings, a plant sale and many generous donations. The tubs are watered and dead headed throughout the season by volunteers and we also plant for a spring display of violas and bulbs. In 2015, we were very proud to have been awarded a Gold certificate in the Beautiful Fife competition.

Crail Matters

Crail Matters is the weekly newsletter of the village of Crail, located in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland; it is funded entirely by donations from advertisers and readers. Crail Matters is published by Crab Publishing, a private company limited by guarantee which distributes any profits to the Crail community. It is published in digital format (every Monday at 8.00am), and in hard copy; the hard copy is available at various locations in Crail on Monday morning.

Crail Museum & Heritage Centre


The Museum provides an insight into the past life of this ancient Royal Burgh, its kirk, seafaring tradition, Crail Golfing Society (founded in 1786 - the 7th oldest in the world) and airfield history from the First World War until its closure in 1960 (HMS Jackdaw, Fleet Air Arm Station, HMS Bruce Boys Training School and Joint Services School for Linguists). Admission to the Museum and all of our collections & exhibitions is FREE. This is only made possible by the generous donations of visitors and their purchases in our well-stocked shop.

Crail Preservation Society

We are residents of the historic Royal Burgh of Crail, in the beautiful East Neuk of Fife, whose goal is to preserve the unique character of our coastal village while ensuring it grows and prospers in the twenty-first century.

Crail Rowing Club

Crail Rowing Club is a community amateur sports club that engages in the competitive leisure activity of coastal rowing. A member of The Scottish Coastal Rowing Association, (SCRA), the club competes in a number of regattas throughout the season. New members are welcome and details can be found in the club's website.

Crail RNLI

Crail and Kingsbarns RNLI raises money for the RNLI through various activies such as coffee mornings, selling Christmas cards and a stall thoughout the summer. 


The Beacon Ministries

The Beacon is a group of Christian friends who meet together regularly. We also put on events from time to time throughout the year to which all are welcome. For more details of upcoming events visit our website or contact Sheila at

Crail Wine Club

Crail Wine Club is a private member's club founded in 2015. There are 80 members.

We meet on the last Friday of the month, except July and December.

The Club was established to develop an appreciation and knowledge of wine, to have a convivial time and to support the objectives of Crail Preservation Society


For further information contact:

David Jerdan on 01333 450797


Denburn Diggers

Denburn Diggers - is a voluntary group meeting for general maintenance work, litter picking, path clearing, planting and so on. Meeting in Denburn Wood at 10am on the 1st Saturday of each month. Refreshments supplied.

For further information contact:

East Neuk Festival

World-class, critically-acclaimed classical, jazz and world music in venues throughout the East Neuk. The full programme is released every year in early February

Friends On A Walk

Lunch Clubs at Crail Community Hall

Every Friday, 11.30 - 13.30

Organised alternately by Coastline Friendship Club and Royal Voluntary Service

All are welcome for a soup, a cuppa and a blether.

Steven Tilbrook Painter and Decorator

     All interior and exterior jobs undertaken to a quality standard

     Phone 01333 450732 

     Mobile 07746451116


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