The Courtyard – delivering more!

The Courtyard Restaurant on Bonnygate are launching a takeaway and delivery menu (from Wednesday 1st April 2020) to provide a service for their customers in and around Cupar …

Mind, Body & Soul for all Ages

Lockdown brings many challenges for everyone.  We have pulled together some ideas of things to do and to listen to during this testing period.  It is a mixture – local initiatives as well as national ideas.  Please feel free to contact us if you have other local ideas that might help us all get through the challenges of home working, home schooling, Easter Holidays, loneliness in isolation and more …


We know things are very tough just now … everyone’s holed up and home. So we wanted to have some fun …

We’re teaming up with Cupar’s food outlets to run a competition … and we need you to get creative. We’re asking you to get your thinking caps on – and shoot us a video for sharing on social that shows us your very own A-Z.

Caring for our Pets

Pets & Animal Care – also an important consideration at this time and we have collated this information in order to help you as pet & animal owners.  

Delivering for you: updated 1st April 2020

We are updating this Blog on a daily basis.

Please be aware of the new rules and guidelines that are affecting all those working in the food and drink sector. It means they are operating under very difficult conditions to protect their own teams as well as customers – and under very strict rules.

If they don’t adhere to them – they could be closed down … so please be considerate, be patient and allow extra time for planning, for ordering as well as for delivery/collection. More information can be found later in our Blog.

Thank you.

Cupar’s Troopers: Working together …

These are very challenging times – but we have been blown away by the community spirit of those wanting to help. This Blog is the first of what we are sure will be a number that we will share over the coming days and weeks to update all on issues surrounding the Coronavirus and how it is impacting on our town, residents, businesses, community groups, schools, college, health and social care partnerships as well as on those planning to visit.

CuparNow KnowHow

Soon after the start of the new Millennium, a new recruit began work as a police officer. Little could she have realised that, almost twenty years down the line, she would be opening a new shop as part of an expanding business that’s now very much part of Cupar’s burgeoning independent retail scene. We caught up with Karin Houston to ask the questions …

Support for Castlehill Community Association

Number 11 St Catherine Street in Cupar is currently owned by Fife Council. The local authority is looking to sell the property as the premises are no longer seen as fit for purpose.  Castlehill Community Association would like everyone’s support for their campaign. They are looking to raise funds that will improve the association’s current premises to accommodate those in the property that will be sold. Can you give your support?

Something Old … something new …

Cupar has a number of places of worship … and the oldest of them all is Cupar Old Parish Church! The church was established on its present site in 1415, some 300 years after Cupar’s first stone church was built, to the north-west of the town. We caught up with them to discover more about the church and the huge amount of community activity it supports …

A gem of an idea …

When Alison Frew needed down time from work, she started a hobby – making jewellery. Over more than a decade, that hobby snowballed. As Alison explains: “I was designing and making my own jewellery, traveling to more and more craft fairs.

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