St Monans & Abercrombie Community Action Plan report 2018 -2022

The St Monans & Abercrombie CAP report was formally launched at a public meeting at the end of January. A number of community groups attended as well as representatives from neighbouring Community Council groups, ENCAP and the Scottish Land Commission.

CAP Steering group members at launch of CAP report, January 2019 (In the photo, from left to right, are Kim Cameron, Helen Ironside, Allan Knox, Mike Child, Angus Cameron & Gordon Bell. Stuart Bridges, Edward Baxter (ENCAP Chair), Kirsty Tait (Scottish Land Commission) Jayne Wilding and Morven Syme),

St Monans CAP report

Every pupil at St Monans Primary school was given a copy to take home. If you would like your own printed booklet, copies are available at the library. Alternatively, please send an email to the address below.

Making it happen

The CAP is owned by everyone in St Monans & Abercrombie and making any of our ideas happen, will take need community support. A number of projects have already attracted considerable interest from individual residents and community groups and some practical projects will be rolled out over the coming months. Of course, the more residents and neighbours that volunteer to help (even for a short period of time), the quicker we can put all of our ideas into practice.

If you are curious to know more, or if you are interested in volunteering on any of our ‘small’ or ‘big’ ideas, please drop an email to: