We are delighted to say that we have secured a grant from the Paths for All Partnership for the construction of a short, all-user, all-weather path linking the Fife Coastal Path to the main entrance to Court Cave. This will allow for the first time users of wheelchairs and mobility scooters easy access to view the Pictish carvings in Court Cave.
It is a condition of the grant that the Society matches the Paths for All funding with an “in kind” contribution, which in our case will be volunteer labour. The hard graft will be done by machine by our contractor, so our main job will be to barrow away the excavated earth to create cultivation beds to be sown with wild flowers and grasses appropriate to this coastal location.
The work will be carried out over three days, from Wednesday 13 October to Friday 15 October. If you can volunteer for all or part of all or any of these days, even if it is just for a few hours, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Barrows and some tools will be provided, but if you can bring your own spade, fork or rake that would help. Our Visitor Centre will be available for toilet and kitchen facilities.