Our AGM is coming up !

As a gentle reminder, our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is fast approaching. It’s scheduled for next Monday, a week from today, and will commence at 7:00 PM at the Aurrie.

This is an excellent opportunity for all of us to come together, discuss our community’s progress, and plan for the future, together.

So, come along even if you have not been involved so far – your voice matters or just come to hear what we’ve been up to and what we hope to do in the future.

Additionally, I would like to extend a continued invitation to all to our Warm Welcome Days.

These events are a fantastic way to engage with our community, the core of Warm Welcome Days is about fostering community spirit, building stronger bonds among community members, and creating an environment of support and mutual respect.

We accept donations for all refreshments which will make these sessions last longer and stay sustainable, so your support matters !

Here are the details:

  • Tuesdays: Simpson Institute, 11am-1pm
  • Wednesdays: Largo Library, Lundin Links featuring Bingo from 11:30am or come along and borrow a book first when the Library opens at 10am 🥐
  • Last Sunday: ‘Souper’ Sunday at Durham Hall everyone welcome at the church service or you can join afterwards. 🥄

A huge thanks to everyone who makes these events what they are !

We would also like to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who attended the fascinating Antarctica Talk by Janice Duncan on Saturday night that raised money for Friends of Largo Bay (and to Janice of course for sharing her wonderful adventures) .

Your presence and engagement made the event a memorable one and it sold out so quickly we didn’t need to advertise it !  

As always your participation and support of these events is invaluable. And lastly a huge thanks to everyone who thoughtfully fed back on the Local Place Plan we are hugely grateful for your time in this.

We look forward to seeing you soon, if you want to get in touch just email priya@largocommunitiestogether.org.uk .

Information Notice Period

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Information Notice Period

Subject: Exciting Place Plan Update! 🏡✍️

📢 PLACE PLAN UPDATE 📢

We’re thrilled to announce that we’re on the brink of submitting our Place Plan to Fife Council! 🏡✍️

But for now we are in our information notice period.  This means it has been sent to all the local councillors and adjacent community councils and our Submission Date is the 15th of November 2023

But before we finalise it we want YOUR input. 🤝

You can now access the Draft Place Plan on our website by visiting:

🌐 www.largocommunitiestogether.org.uk (Select “Place Plan”)

Or directly on storymaps: Largo Area Local Place Plan (arcgis.com)

Take some time moment to read through and add your valuable thoughts and ideas. 🤔💭here: https://www.surveylegend.com/s/58ss

Got questions or suggestions?

We’re here to listen and we want to get it right!

Feel free to contact me:

📧 Email: priya@largo.communitiestogether.org.uk

📞 Phone: 07926416857

📣You can also join me for a drop in  on Monday, Oct 16th to chat about it.

🗓️ Date: Monday, Oct 16th

🕐 Time: 1-4pm

📍 Location: Largo Library

(You’ll also have the chance to chat about the Levenmouth rail timetable with Eugene Clarke! 🚆🗣️)

In the evening of the 16th of October, we’ll be briefly visiting the Largo Community Council.

Stay tuned for more drop in days and updates coming your way in Early November! 📅

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to shape the future of our community.

Your voice matters!

( Our community action plan which goes alongside this plan will be drafted in November)

Thank you for being a such vital part of Largo Communities Together.

Warm regards, Priya

A few updates

At our next (and final Build Our Place Plan) workshop, we’ll explore the natural environment, conservation, and recreation.

Join us, no special knowledge required just curiosity!

As a community we are exploring how to manage natural spaces including Land, Rivers, and Sea and connections to wild spaces  for today and the future and considering the needs of people who live here.

Let’s explore what’s here now and what’s possible.  

In addition, we will look at how this connects with  groups and organisations that can help.

We will gather on Wednesday, June 21st, we will begin at 6:30pm at Durham Hall in Lower Largo. Feel free to come along, settle in and enjoy a cup of tea anytime from 6pm

Although it’s usually a little earlier, we will definitely wrap up by 9pm.

Tea, coffee, and biscuits are always available!

Follow the link below to let us know if you can attend.

Tell anyone you think would be interested who is not on our mailing list about the event.

Please let us know in advance if you require any assistance to participate.

Thank you.

(We are also always looking for people to take things forward so let us know if you can help with any of our projects by replying to this email.)

Register for environment, conservation and recreation  

Pony Axes Return

Pony Axe S takes people who use wheelchairs to all the places where wheelchairs can’t take them.

It was such a great success when they came before !

There is no need to transfer to all terrain or beach wheelchairs, no need to leave your wheelchair behind.

They take you, in your wheelchair, anywhere & we are now taking bookings for some specially arranged dates in Lower Largo !

The dates for Pony AxeS events this summer are:

  • Monday 3rd of July
  • Tuesday 4th of July
  • Tuesday 22nd of  August
  • Wednesday 23rd of August

Time – 10.30-4.30 approximately – pony dependent!

Check out www.ponyaxes.com to get more background on this amazing organisation.

Please click below to book.

We will communicate to get a time to suit if your first choice isn’t available as it may book out quickly!

Book Pony AxeS now!

Fathers Day Beach Clean

It’s the best way to spend Fathers Day, we promise!

Come along and join in with this beach clean, and  if you can bring your dad – do ( and anyone else ) enjoy a pickers perk afterwards in the sea air .

We always have such a great time and get so much shifted.

Sign up to Friends of Largo Bay

Largo Area Community Council

The Largo Area Community Council monthly meeting is on at  –

The Stables Church Place Upper Largo

This coming Monday 19.06.23 at 7pm

Fife Seaweed Farm Workshops

The next workshops are in Crail Community Hall:

Wednesday 21st June
Crail Community Hall, Crail.  7.00pm – 8.30pm
Christopher Trotter, Fife’s Food Ambassador and local food expert.

Tuesday 27th June
Crail Community Hall, Crail,  7.00pm – 8.30pm
Wave and Laura Co-Founders of Seagrown, a seaweed farm in Scarborough on trade secrets and growing seaweed for profit and community benefit.

No need to register, just turn up!

New Baby and Toddler Group in New Gilston – all details below

What’s on Page

Have you visited our What’s On Page ?

Add your events and regular classes or have a browse. We are just developing so any feedback welcome.