Guardbridge Community Council
The aim of this website is to provide the residents of Guardbridge with all the information required to create the best living environment possible in our community. To facilitate this, access is given to -
Community Reporting Links
To Report a Problem to our Community Police Team - Click on the underlined link and use the contact us form.This sends an email to Police Scotland and is only suitable for non-emergencies. They will respond to your email as soon as they can but please appreciate that this will take a little time. Use the normal 999 telephone number for emergencies.
Please note that although there are three councillors for our ward it is mainly Bill Connor and Jonny Tepp who deal with community matters in Guardbridge.
Fife Council has a designated dog fouling team. To report it click on the underlined link.
Fife Council has an environmental enforcement team who deal with litter, illegal dumping or abandoned vehicles. To report it click on the underlined link.
Fife Local Development Plan - To see the proposals click underlined link also see the 9th edition of the Fife Development plan on the Community Docs tab.
Guardbridge Can Be Better - Take a look at Fife's policies on making everywhere in Fife a better place to live.
The Defibrillator- On the wall at Something Different - Should anyone notice damage to or have needed to use it please contact Mrs Ann Hunter at 18 Main Street. Video on how to use it can be seen by clicking on the Defibrillator tab on the menu bar.
The Eden Estuary Local Nature Reserve - Click on the link for info and if you wish to use the bird watching facility,volunteer or for access to the Centre please contact the local ranger Ranald Strachan; Ranald.Strachan@fifecountryside.co.uk Mob - 07985 707593. The Annual Reports for 2015/16 and 2017/18 and the Eden Estuary Bye-Laws 2017 are now available to read on the Community Docs tab on the menu bar above.
Local Walks - To see short videos on 4 local strolls click the underlined link.
To All Residents - please note that the Motray Walk has now been signposted and the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust ranger is advising everyone who uses the path to stay on the marked path in order to minimise disturbance to ground nesting birds and wildlife on the river bank area. Your Community Council therefore respectfully asks all walkers to avoid using the river bank path.