About Us

We are a local independent charity based at the Harbourmaster’s House in Dysart, dedicated to giving everyone the opportunity to experience Fife’s great outdoors.

The Trust manages, maintains and preserves wide areas of the countryside of Fife, promoting responsible access to our wonderful and diverse outdoor sites.

We look after over 30 sites and path networks throughout Fife including the Fife Coastal Path, the Lomond Hills Regional Park, local nature reserves and other locations which are important for recreation and conservation.

We also manage the Coastal Visitor Centre at the Harbourmaster’s House in Dysart. The Centre gives you an opportunity to find out more about the importance of Fife’s Coastal fringe over the years and also to learn a little about the Fife Coastal Path before you get out and about.

Browse through our website and discover more about us, as well as finding out about our sites and some of the exciting projects we are working on.

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Meet the Team

Meet the Team

Our Team manage many sites and paths throughout Fife including the Fife Coastal Path, Fife Pilgrim Way, Lomond Hills Regional Park, local nature reserves and other locations, which are important for recreation and conservation.

Corporate Information

Corporate Information

FCCT Corporate Documents. Other documents are available upon request.

Publications

Publications

FCCT publish a range of documents, which may be of interest to the residents of Fife and beyond.

Board Members

Board Members

Our Board is made up of the following types of Directors: Member Directors – up to 4 appointed by Fife Council, Partner Directors - maximum of 3. One nominated by Scottish Natural Heritage, Scottish Forestry and Keep Scotland Beautiful. Independent Directors – a maximum of 7 Directors, appointed to provide specific skills and knowledge to the Board.