Improvement works start at Seafield
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
The first step in exciting plans to transform the much-loved Seafield beach site began this week. A major revamp, funded by Fife Council through its annual budget programme, will see access roads and parking areas upgraded, brand-new steps and ramps put in place and a beautiful wildflower meadow created. It all adds up to a new lease of Fife for one of the Kingdom's most popular destinations.
Picturesque Seafield, where nature lovers can see seabirds in abundance and spot seals basking upon the wave-washed strand, has long been a favourite spot for family outings and dog walking. The Trust are delivering the project on behalf of Fife Council and our Coastal Team Leader, Robbie Blyth, said: "This is a great project and delivers much-needed improvement to the site. The contractors, Thomas Menzies (Builders) Ltd, will be on site for approximately four weeks so we would like to ask anyone visiting the site to follow any signage to ensure they are safe while the work takes place. We are grateful to Fife Council for the funding and we hope that our valued visitors will feel the work helps to improve access to the site and the beach."