On Fife Council’s play parks page – fifedirect.org.uk/playparks – you can:
- download this and other maps, for all areas of Fife;
- download the draft strategy document;
- use a map which allows you to look at photographs of each play park in Fife – just zoom into where you want to look and click on the green dot with the red underlined link.
From 21st August until 10th December 2019, you will be able to make your views known by:
- Commenting online via fif.communitychoices.scot/legislation/processes/3/debate
- Attending a public meeting. The East Neuk meeting is on Weds 27th November, from 6:30pm until 8:30pm in Pittenween New Town Hall, Session Street, KY10 2QL.
- For meetings in other areas, check the consultation page.
This is the leaflet which Fife Council is circulating to support the consultation:
Let’s talk about Play spaces
From 21st August until 10th December 2019, you can take part in our discussion on the future of play spaces. Play spaces include equipped play parks, greenspace with play features ( e.g slopes for sliding, logs for climbing on), and greenspaces for playing in, ( e.g parks and woods, beaches). We are looking at the future of Fife Council play spaces. We need a long term plan as there are a number of issues with play spaces.
Most of the play equipment will be at the end of its safe use in the next ten years. Many of the play parks can only be used by children under the age of 5. Fife Council has a draft Play Spaces Strategy to address these challenges.