soft fruit ripe and ready to pick

Tayport community trust PLANT group’s fruit tree walk now has soft fruit ripe and ready to pick.
These were planted by the community and are for the community to use.
There are blackcurrants, redcurrants, red and green gooseberries awaiting to be eaten. Please go along and take some.
The fruit tree walk is a circular walk from the Harbour cafe, along West Lights and up Scotscraig Drive.  Apple and plum trees are planted along Scotscraig Drive and the soft fruit is at the top of Scotscraig Drive at Garvie Brae, around the small play area. Enjoy!

Tayport Scout Group survey and fundraising appeal

Tayport Scout Group are seeking the support of the Tayport community to help our project to refurbish the Scout Hall.

The Tayport Scout Group currently have over 50 children enjoying the Beavers and Cubs, and other children through the Judo Club and local child minders group.

The Cubs celebrate their centenary next year along with the 85th anniversary of a Scout group in Tayport. We are currently trying to secure funding to enable the refurbishment project to continue and ask for your help to demonstrate to funding agencies the benefits of refurbishing this iconic building to meet current and future demand. By demonstrating your support for our young people it will increase our chances of completing a much needed refurbishment and extending the facilities to the wider community,

Please complete our survey through the link below. This survey will be available until Friday 10th July 2015.

Thank You
Tayport Scout Group