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A New Future for Crail Community Hall

Following the charrette in Crail which lots of people took part in, finding a better use for the Community Hall in St Andrews Road emerged as a key priority for the town. The Crail Community Partnership was set up to implement that community plan and are progressing the idea of taking the hall into community ownership. It is an iconic building which has huge potential to be used more. Fife Council are supportive of a Community Asset Transfer and through research, we now aim to determine whether the community of Crail supports taking the Hall into community ownership and converting it into a vibrant community and cultural hub, serving local needs and enhancing the quality of life in the town.


Crail Community Partnership has secured funding from the Scottish Land Fund to appoint consultants t review the potential of the hall and how we can fund its purchase and refurbishment. We will only proceed if the community wants this to happen and if there is a real need. It is important that we find out what you as members of our community need in term of community facilities and the extent to which, if our project is successful, you will support future activities in the hall.


Please come to the drop and also complete out survey at surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Crail_Comm_Survey


The Drop in will take place on Saturday 29 February from 10am - 12noon in Crail Community Hall.




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