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Thu 3 Mar 16

Help shape the future of your towncentre and let us know what you think CuparCould be!

17-20th MARCH 2016

Corn Exchange
St Catherine Street
KY15 4BT

Booking is not required for the workshops – just turn up! If you
cannot attend a workshop but would like to be involved, please do
drop-in at any time – there will always be someone there to speak to
and record your ideas!

Thursday 17th March

Opening Day Public drop-in 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Come along any time between 7-9pm to find out about the events taking place over the next
few days. There will be an opportunity to find out what people in Cupar have been saying
about their town centre over the last few months, including ideas by local young people. If
you haven't already had your say on the future of your town centre, come along and share
your ideas at this event.

Friday 18th March: 

Creating Opportunities for CuparPublic drop-in 8:30am – 7pm
Workshop: Enterprise 8.30am – 9.30am
This workshop is about supporting and
improving enterprise in Cupar town centre.

Workshop: Conservation & Community
Facilities 10am – 11:30am
This workshop will explore how to best
conserve Cupar's heritage, buildings and
spaces, including how to support and
improve community facilities in the town

Workshop: Creativity and Innovation
2pm - 3.30pm
This workshop will look at opportunities for
creativity and innovation within the town
centre. Come along in particular if you have
ideas about how to give the town centre a

Saturday 19th March

Pulling Ideas Together
Public drop-in 10am – 7pm

Workshop: Moving Cupar 10am – 11.30am
This workshop is for any one with ideas about
how to make the town centre more accessible
and easier to get around.

Workshop: How Can Ideas Come Together? 2pm – 3.30pm
This workshop is about pulling together all
the ideas and proposals from the events so
far, considering what the priority actions
should be and how best they can be achieved.

Please see the attached PDF for further information. 


  • cupar_leaflet.pdf (201 kB)

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