Have you got a stunning photo of Dalgety Bay – then why not enter our Photography competition for the chance to get your photos printed in our 2022 Calendar.
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The Woodlands Bunnies have been searching all the parks in the Bay for the wonderfully coloured eggs left behind by the Easter Bunny. Can you find them? Download our Easter Bunny Hunt map here
The Trust would like to offer our thanks to all those who have helped us with the Easter bunny hunt: The Donibristle nursery children for painting the eggs, Glenrothes Men’s shed for cutting out the rabbits, members of the community and the Trust for their creative decorating and our local Co-op and Tesco for their donations to help fund the event. Thank you everyone!
Thank you for helping me find all my reindeers! A message from Santa here
We will continue to update our Question and Answer Sheet as you contact us. So please get in touch and we will do our best to keep it as valid and relevant as possible.
We are committed to keeping you up to date on everything that we are doing in the Trust. One way we will do this is through a regular member newsletter. Please see below for all newsletter circulated to date.
- December 2019 Newsletter
- March 2020 Newsletter
- May 2020 Newsletter
- July 2020 Newsletter
- August 2020 Newsletter
- November 2020 Newsletter
- May 2021 Newsletter
Community Design Workshops
It was wonderful to see so many people at our community design workshops held on the 25th and 27th January and for you to share your views and ideas about what you would like the new Community Hub and Civic Space to look like. Here are the Themes that you told us were important to you.
Our Logo Story!
Inspiration for the logo was drawn from two photographs taken locally one depicting the iconic tree and bench near the sailing club and one depicting a view of the rail bridge from the shore.
With the help of friends of the Trust who have expertise in design, both views were amalgamated to create this more simplified design concept.
The colours were specially chosen, with green representing growth/health, yellow representing warmth/optimism, orange representing confidence/friendliness and blue representing trust and strength. The colours are bright and vibrant to catch the eye.
The tag line ‘For our Future’ was added to reflect the aims and ambitions of the Trust which is to deliver community-led projects which will shape the town over the next 50 years. Little bit of tweaking and the final design was born ……