Charity begins at home …

Cupar’s charity stores are re-opening. A younger member of CuparNow’s team (Martha Baldwin) took time out to visit three of the six with a mission to find new summer outfits with a budget of just £20. She is one of a growing number of teenagers who are turning their backs on ‘fast fashion’ from the big, online stores – and searching local charity stores to discover pre-loved clothing and accessories.  The following is an excerpt from her own Blog …

Essential Travel & Exercise – Consultation

Please read this Blog that covers information on the Spaces for People fund and how it might help Cupar in the coming weeks and months …

CuparNow KnowHow

We love discovering and then showcasing the hidden talents of folk working in Cupar. When Lucy Makein retired from teaching in 2011, she thought about how she could make the very most of all the skills she had learnt and honed during more than three decades in many a classroom. We caught up with Lucy to find out more …

Cupar’s customers are coming back …

There’s been “an encouraging return” as the lockdown restrictions ease from the end of June. We are sharing data that shows the town’s visitor numbers before and throughout the weeks and months affected by Covid-19 …

CuparNow joins ATCM

CuparNow, Scotland’s award-winning digital improvement district, is signing up to join the UK’s Association of Town & City Management …

Three Estates Cupar Update

Three Estates Cupar is a charity (SC048967) set up in 2019 with its founding trustees being the chairs of some longer-standing local organisations, to deliver the Old Scots Language elements of Cupar’s 2017 Interpretive Plan. They have shared this update to keep all posted on their progress …

Cupar Development Trust – Zoom update

All seven Board members of Cupar Development Trust attended the Trust’s meeting in June – via Zoom. Despite the lockdown, there was a length agenda which they have shared with us …

CuparNow PowWow

As the town’s Digital Improvement District, we’re delivering all manner of support for our town’s businesses, organisations and community groups. As we come through the Covid-19 lockdown, we want to make sure all have the help needed to make the very most of digital channels to best promote all that is on offer. So our next CuparNow PowWow is offering 1-2-1 sessions on how to make the most of Facebook …

Time to be inclusive …

The Covid-19 lockdown has shone a spotlight on the numerous community groups, charities and causes who work in our town to help the most vulnerable in our community. We caught up with Camilla McGregor at Include Me to discover more on the charity and their work …

New Ambassador for CuparNow

We are delighted to announce the appointment of our new Brand Ambassador who will be visiting businesses across the town as restrictions ease and more re-open …