Fife Council wants you to get involved in deciding how to spend £25,000 to improve Leven Promenade.

There are nine options for improvements including a cycle lane, improved lighting and garden space design. It’s hoped the investment will help regenerate the area and encourage more people to enjoy the benefits of walking along the prom.

Funding for “Pimp my Prom” has come from the council’s Levenmouth Area Committee.

You can get involved by voting for your favourite project at a “Pimp my Prom” voting day on Thursday, January 11, 2018 in Kino Cinema from 3.00pm to 7.00pm.

The approach is called ‘participatory budgeting’ and was a recommendation from the Fairer Fife Commission as a way of creating a Fairer Fife, getting people involved and giving them a direct say in where public money can make a difference to their communities.

The nine options for improvements are:

  • Cycle lanes
  • Garden design
  • Accessibility
  • Improved signage, including information boards on Jack Vettriano and wildlife
  • Skatepark improvement including lighting
  • Improved play area
  • Bandstand/music area
  • Picnic benches and open shelters
  • Outdoor classroom

Vote online at or come along to the event on January 11.