Take a Pride in Glenrothes
Take a Pride in Glenrothes - members
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Take a Pride in Glenrothes (TAPIG) was established in 2004 and has been successfully involved in many environmental and community projects in and around the Glenrothes area over the years.
The key aims and objectives that TAPIG work to are
A PLACE TO FEEL GOOD:
A place that people can feel good about living, working and visiting. A place for people to use and enjoy outdoor spaces which will then improve levels of physical and mental well-being
A PLACE TO BELONG:
A great place for people to want to live, feel safe and have pride in their surroundings. A community with people involved in community action, cultural activities, volunteering and appreciating all activities available.
A PLACE FOR NATURE:
to improve the habitats and areas for species and for nature, high quality landscapes and encourage bio-diversity.
A PLACE TO COMMUNICATE AND SHARE:
to keep people aware of developments, how to get information and advice and let people know where to make contact.
Some of the ongoing work that the group is presently involved with include: Beautiful Scotland 2013, improving and refurbishing parks in the area and promoting biodiversity and wildlife locally. The group also work to clean up community spaces of fly tipping and rubbish and improve and promote the street art that’s sited in and around Glenrothes as well as enhancing precint entrance around the town. TAPIG also have an ongoing anti litter campaign.
TAPIG have an Community Improvement Fund available where Glenrothes residents and groups can apply for funding to improve their local area.
Please click on the pages to the left to find out more information on the groups projects including the Community Improvement Fund.
For more information contactPat J Spence, Local Community Planning Support Officer (LCP Support Officer)
Tel: 08451 55 55 55 + Ext 44 06 41 Contact Pat J Spence online
By Post: Fife Council, Fife House, North Street, Glenrothes, KY7 5LT