The Prince’s Countryside Fund will provide funding towards projects affecting areas of greatest need in Scotland that clearly contribute towards one or more of The Prince’s Countryside Fund’s objectives.
The next deadline for grant applications is Thursday 21 February 2019, at 5pm.
Further details, and guidance on applying for grants, is in this document:Application PDF
If you need to report to Fife Council that winter conditions have made local roads or pavements unsafe or unpassable, you can do so in the following ways:
Call the Duty Officer on 03451 555555, extension 859034, or
Send a message to the Council via their Facebook page (‘Fife Council’).
If you need to report potholes or other road faults to Fife Council, you can do so using their online reporting form at https://www.fifedirect.org.uk/lagan/roadfault/ It will help to include a photograph of the problem.
If you need to report problems with street lights, street signs, bollards or permanent traffic signals to Fife Council, you can do so using their online reporting form at https://www.fifedirect.org.uk/lagan/reportit/index.cfm?fuseaction=reportit.locate&objectid=1
These forms should only be used for faults that are not emergencies or immediate safety risks. If you need to report an urgent, dangerous or emergency situation (such as a fallen tree blocking a road, or traffic lights not working), you should call 03451 550099.