Funding from Fife Environment Trust and the Central Scotland Green Network has enabled the Trust to deliver new path improvements for the communities of Windygates and Balcurvie in Fife.
The section of route which will be included in the proposed new Fife Pilgrim Way close to Kennoway had been difficult to use for a number of years as the route was often muddy, narrow and uneven making access difficult for local people.
However, with the funding the Trust secured and the support of various local user groups, huge improvements have now been made with new fencing, drainage and a wide surfaced path constructed to offer a much improved route for all users.
Thanks to the Fife Environment Trust and the Central Scotland Green Network we have been able to deliver these valuable improvements to the core path network around Balcurvie for the benefit of the local community.
The work is now complete and we hope it will encourage more people to explore wonderful surrounding countryside whether on foot, by bike, or horse.
In time the route will form part of the proposed Fife Pilgrim Way, which on completion will offer a 70 mile walking route through the heart of Fife between Culross, North Queensferry and St Andrews via Dunfermline.