The Friends of Pittencrieff Park is a charity registered in Scotland which was established in Scotland in 2005 to work towards the improvement and maintenance of Pittencrieff Park for the benefit of the public.
This involves us working with Fife Council, the managers of the park, the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, other relevant organisations and members of the public in a variety of fields to secure the future of this well loved amenity for future generations. Amongst other things, we are involved in events and consultations and undertake projects to improve the park and its facilities.
Our logo was devised using paintings from primary schools showing their ideas of what Pittencrieff Park means to them - the sun, the flowers, the grass and the famous peacocks.
The Friends of Pittencrieff Park is run by a Board of Trustees, all of whom are unpaid volunteers, and we are always on the lookout for new members and volunteers to help us with our work.
Why not come and join us?
The friends have been shortlisted for a Bank of Scotland Community Fund Award of up to Â£3000. This would help with the purchase and installation of play equipment designed specifically for children with disabilities. To vote follow the link.
Vote for Friends of Pittencrieff Park Voting closes on 10 October