Kirkcaldy After Lockdown
Tuesday 7th July: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Let’s act as if we own the place! Share your views on what post-lockdown Kirkcaldy, and Greener Kirkcaldy’s future plans, should look like.
What should our town, and our community, be like after the Covid-19 crisis is over? We want to hear your views on what post-lockdown Kirkcaldy and Greener Kirkcaldy’s future plans should look like.
Join our free online event, in partnership with new Kirkcaldy group, Love Oor Lang Toun, to take part in this conversation.
We’ll hear from local speakers – Christine May, Chair of the Greener Kirkcaldy board, Cara Forrester from Love Oor Lang Toun, and Allan Crow, editor of the Fife Free Press and creator of their new ‘Civic Conversation’ series – on what they think Kirkcaldy’s ‘next normal’ should be.
We’ll also be joined by guest speaker, Matt Baker from Midsteeple Quarter, a Community Benefit Society in Dumfries, who’ll talk about their innovative and exciting regeneration work, enabling local people to help shape a prosperous, compassionate and vibrant Dumfries town centre for the future.
Our speakers will be followed by a short Q&A and then small discussion groups where you’ll have the chance to share your thoughts and ideas on what you love about Kirkcaldy, what you’d like to see here in the future, and how Greener Kirkcaldy should get involved.
Your ideas will play a key role in informing Greener Kirkcaldy’s future planning, and will also feed into the new Love Oor Lang Toun group’s plans and the Fife Free Press’s Civic Conversation series.
The event will take place on Zoom (with regular comfort breaks!). It’s free to attend, but booking is required as places are limited.
Joining details will be sent round on the day of the event.
If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please phone 01592 858458 or email email@example.com.