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Website Refresh

It has been a while since we posted on the blog but we’ve still be busy keeping the group’s concerns about flooding ticking over in the corridors of power. Time for a new look on the blog. Hope you like it. p.s. We’re keeping an eye on the rising burn levels while this period of

Be Prepared

Watercourse levels in Freuchie have risen substantially today due to the continued moderate rainfall and heavily saturated ground. Image capture: Freuchie Mill culvert at 3:10pm Residents should be prepared with their flood defences if the rain continues to fall at the same rate for the remainder of today. UPDATE: The rain let up before flooding

FRM – Fife Council Committee

At the November 2010 Enterprise, Environment & Transportation Committee meeting of Fife Council, a report on the Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009 and its implications for Fife Council was submitted by the Head of Transportation Services for consideration by councillors. FFAG has a previously blog post about this meeting. John A Thomson, Chairman of

FCC Facebook Page

Freuchie Community Council is now on Facebook. This is an exciting development for the community to keep abreast of the activities of our community council and a new mechanism for our community councillors to share with the community. Here’s the link: Remember to hit the “Like” button if you want the latest news and updates

Watch Out Thieves About

Whilst out and about yesterday, we spotted a manhole cover was missing, most probably stolen. The manhole in question was installed by Fife Council last year as part of the new Freuchie Mill Road surface drainage improvement scheme. This is a disgraceful theft of important infrastructure. Photo: Missing manhole cover at Freuchie Mill Road Fife

Facebook Fans

Thank you to all our Facebook fans who’ve “Liked” us so far. Due to a configuration step we initially missed out when setting up the Facebook integration on this blog, a few people ended up liking our Facebook app instead of our Facebook webpage. Please can you click on the “Find us on Facebook” button

Contaminated Flood Water

An amusing little joke that has an underlying message of importance to flood victims. A golfer is cupping his hand to scoop water from a burn on the St Andrew’s Old course. A greenkeeper shouts at him : ‘Dinnae drink tha waater ! Et’s foo ae coo’s shite an pish!’ The golfer replies: ‘My Good