Crail Charrette

Crail Community Partnership organised its first workshop today in the charrette it is undertaking. More than 120 people attended and participated with great enthusiasm. I was struck by how much unanimity there was in the room about the community’s strengths, needs and challenges – and how similar these are across East Neuk communities. No place or community stands still, and processes like charrettes or community action plans give all those who live there the opportunity to shape and become involved in that development.


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