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Service Update

As part of Fife Council's response to the national advice around Coronavirus (COVID-19) Councillors have been asked to consider cancelling surgeries and unnecessary appointments with constituents unless this can be done remotely using technology.

Councillors are people elected by the residents of Fife following local government elections. We have 75 councillors in Fife covering the 22 ward areas – together they make up Fife Council.

Surgeries are where councillors come to regular pre-set meetings in the community. They offer constituents an opportunity to speak to their councillor on a one-to-one basis where they can raise issues of concern. We have a 24 hr surgery helpline 03451 555555 ext 442320 so that members of the public can find out when their councillor is next holding a public meeting.

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