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Are you interested in helping secure the future of Craigtoun Park?

As we approach the 40th anniversary of Volunteer Week, an exciting new volunteering opportunity has arisen at Craigtoun Country Park!

The Friends of Craigtoun are currently seeking volunteer Trustees to join our Board.

We are an ambitious charity wanting to make a difference to the lives of people living in the local community and all those who come to visit. We are committed to ensuring that Craigtoun Country Park remains as a recreational and educational facility, readily available to all sections of the community.

No board or trustee experience is required and full induction training can be provided.

If you are enthusiastic about helping sustain and develop our park, please apply by sending your CV to governance@friendsofcraigtoun.org.uk or for an informal discussion about becoming a trustee please contact our Chair by emailing chair@friendsofcraigtoun.org.uk

The closing date for applications is 30th June 2024.

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Hello, I’m Jan and I’m a volunteer for Friends of Craigtoun. I have been coming to St. Andrews on holiday with my family since I was a toddler and a highlight was always our visits to Craigtoun Park

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Several years ago, I was advised to attend an NHS sponsored fitness class in Cupar as I had health problems and it was there that I met Tom, a volunteer at Craigtoun Country Park, and Kyff Roberts, who was the Chairman of the Friends of Craigtoun Country Park.  I live just five minutes away from the Park in Strathkinness but had not visited the place in over 30 years.

Peggy's Story

When I heard that Craigtoun was in danger of closing and that a determined group of people were going to try and ensure that didn’t happen, I was only too glad to help in any way I could.  Like many people in this area, I had known and loved Craigtoun all my life and the thought of losing this gem didn’t bear thinking about.