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Website of Craigencalt Rural Community Trust. Scottish Charity Number: SC042702.
Company limited by guarantee not having a share capital. Company Number: SC398444
Registered office: 11 Queen Margaret Street, Kinghorn, KY3 9SP, Scotland, UK.
Lots of watersports to try and clubs to join. Our projects improve facilities.
See the Flora & Fauna page and pick up seasonal ‘Flower Cards’ on your walks.
Regular walks are organised throughout the area
Three presentations each year to enjoy and be informed.
The Trust operates in the countryside around Kinghorn from Whinnyhall to the North Mire. This approximates to the historical lands of Craigencalt, Kinghorn Loch and Whinnyhall, but is flexible, always in co-
From 1980 to 1986, Ron Edwards (present chairman), in his capacity as Chief Chemist for the Forth River Purification Board worked with Alcan (now Alcan Aluminium UK Ltd) to remove the pollution from Kinghorn Loch , which leached from the Whinnyhall Landfill Site. By 1983 this was achieved and the loch improved rapidly, but was blighted with blooms of blue-
The Pathways Group of the same community council helped to deal with path problems and worked with Fife Council and the community councils of Burntisland and Aberdour to plan the network of Core Paths that now criss-
The Trust retains a projects group to co-