Welcome to East Neuk Community Action Plan
The East Neuk Community Action Plan (ENCAP) is a community-led charity and an aspirational initiative that would like to see a jointly held long term vision and strategy for the East Neuk area of Fife that would benefit people and the environment.
Building Sustainable & Resilient Communities Together Passionate about keeping the East Neuk area of Fife a vibrant, sustainable and resilient place? Do you have an idea for an ambitious small or big project? Please get in touch. We might help you realise your idea by providing advice, financial support, and connecting you with other people.
Interested in conducting a Community Action Plan (CAP)? We support communities to develop their own aspirations and plans for the future of their communities through the Community Action Plan. We provide a toolkit, and we direct the process of the creation of a CAP. So if you have questions or want to talk to us about CAP or an idea you have to improve the East Neuk area of Fife, please get in touch with our Principal Officer.
Sonja Potjewijd, Principal Officer
Or use the Contact Us Form
Shared Path Project
We are delighted to announce that we secured funding to conduct a feasibility study for a shared path between Earslferry and Pittenweem. Our path will connect the communities, create opportunities and make everyday journeys on foot or bike safe and pleasant. To find out more about this project and how you can get involved, please go to our Shared Path section.
East Neuk Community Action Plan (ENCAP) is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registered office; Balcaskie Estate Office, Easter Kellie, Arncroach, Fife. KY10 2RF. A registered Scottish charity (Number SC045074).
ENCAP came into being in 2014, with the formation of a multi-sector steering group. ENCAP is designed around a community-led planning approach where communities in East Neuk are supported by the partnership to prepare their own five-year community action plans. Inception funding was secured through LEADER and matched by Fife Council and private contributions. This allowed the steering group to commission community action plans specialists, STAR Development Group, to co-design a training programme and toolkit, which would assist communities in developing their own five-year Community Action Plan. A four-month consultation saw 67 community groups and support organisations involved. The findings are written up in a toolkit which is made available to communities from ENCAP as they begin their community action planning process.
To date, two local community action plans have been created using the toolkit and support from ENCAP. One for Colinsburgh and Kilconquhar (2016-2021) and one for the St Monans and Abercrombie (2018-2023) and work is continuing with neighbouring villages and towns.
Get in Touch
If you have any questions or comments, please use the Contact Us Page – giving your name and email as part of the submission form.