Meal Makers

We are working with Meal Makers to establish a pilot of this project in Tayport – the first and only one in Fife!

Meal Makers has been operating very successfully in an increasing number of cities and towns across the country. It has produced strong evidence for reducing poor diet and isolation amongst older people whilst also strengthening inter-generational relationships.

If you would like to become a volunteer ‘cook’ (or know of an older person who may appreciate having a home cooked meal delivered to their home), get in touch with Meal Makers using the contact details below.

What do you see as the future of Tayport?

Working in partnership with the Tayport Community Trust, we are delighted that Tayport has been chosen as one of only 20 communities in Scotland to participate in the Possible Scotland Tour with Lateral North.

The drop-in sessions on Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st January at the Burgh Chambers, and the presentation resulting from the sessions, which will be held in the Gregory Hall on the evening of Tuesday 31st, should lay good foundations for further consultation with the community about the future use of the Burgh Chambers and Gregory Hall and the potential for these facilities to come into community led management.

Come along and get involved.

Don’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover – Tayport Scout Hall

An opportunity for the community to visit our new kitchen exists when attending the PLANT group workshop on 22 January 17.

The hall is the next largest in the community and with the new kitchen, an opportunity to view our facilities for events and birthday parties.

We have secure in and out door facilities and toilets straight of the hall which reduces supervision issues.

We would like to thank the Big Lottery, Awards For All, Fife Council and community organisations for their support.

Our next objectives are new toilets and refurbished exterior.

Tayport Parish Church Film Night

Tayport Parish Church are hosting a family cinema night on Friday 03 March 2017, doors open at 1815 and film will be shown between 1830 and 2030 on the first Friday of each month over the winter months.

The film to be shown is the sequel to finding Nemo.

Children under the age of fourteen should be accompanied by an adult or responsible person who must be sixteen plus.

Proof of age will be asked for.

Young Scot Card acceptable.

Suggested £2 donation to Church Youth Work

37th Fife (1st Tayport) Scout Group – What a Year It Has Been


We celebrated the Cubs Centenary; 30 Years of Beavers; 

The Scout Hall 85th Anniversary and a brand new kitchen.

So, What’s Next?

We invite you to start 2017 with A New Year’s Resolution to join us 

as a Flexible Volunteer.  

What do we mean?

If you can Commit to volunteering with the Scout Group one week in every four, we will provide training, support and transferable skills.

For the Kids

We have Vacancies in both Beavers and Cubs – come and join us!

Monday – Beavers (Ages 6 – 8 years) 1830 – 1930 hours 

(Starts Monday 9th Jan 2017)

Wednesday – Cubs (Ages 8 – 11 years) 1830 – 2000 hours

(Starts Wednesday 11th Jan 2017)

In November 2016, BBC News reported that being part of Scouts or Guides provides “mental health boost for life”