Category: Social Media

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

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


As so many people live in Facebook, Freuchie Flood Action Group now has a Facebook page for convenience and to be used as an aid in our ongoing campaign to prevent the future flooding of Freuchie. You’ll find the Facebook fanbox at the top of the right hand sidebar on this blog. Update The eagle

Outage Update

BT Openreach is currently working on restoring the landline outage that has prevented the weatherstation and webcams from functioning. They have temporary traffic lights on the B936 between Freuchie and the Newton of Falkland while they work on the main cables at the side of the road. Technorati Tags: BT Openreach, Freuchie, Newton of Falkland

Don’t be a Twit

We’re trying to put in place as many different ways as possible to keep residents informed of the weather and flood information from Freuchie Flood Action Group. You can now follow the Freuchie Mill Weather Station on Twitter. There will be a tweet every 60 minutes announcing the current weather data. The Twitter account name