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Working with community groups

Fife Council's Emergency Resilience Team worked with community groups to develop a community emergency plan template.

Those with active community emergency plans include:

  • Leslie Community Council
  • Kettle Community Council
  • Burntisland Community Council
  • Newport, Wormit and Forgan Community Council
  • East Neuk Community Emergency Planning Team (ENCEPT)

A number of other groups are at various stages of working through their community emergency plan and other arrangements.

If you would like to know more about the experience of existing groups, please get in touch with the Emergency Resilience Team at Fife Council via the details below.

You can also visit Ready Scotland for local plans and good practice from groups across Scotland.