Why Choose Cupar?

Cupar, an ancient Pictish name, means ‘where the rivers meet‘. People have long met here too – to exchange views, make news, do business and practise law. And as more came, so the town grew … people choosing to the make Cupar their home. This blog gives a flavour of our town – shaped by its medieval origins as a Royal Burgh controlling trade from the North Sea to Kinross. Its medieval street pattern survives to this day – now peppered with many fine buildings and its famous old closes that extend like branches on a tree from Cupar’s centre to explore the wider town …

CuparNow – Covid-19 Business Support Info: Updated 09/07/20

Throughout the Covid-19 lockdown, CuparNow has been working hard to support all across our community. This Blog brings together the links we have shared and will – ongoing – be the place where we share updates on formation to help our community’s businesses and organisations. The content featured is in chronological order – the most recent at the top of the page. We have kept older information as some remains relevant ongoing.

Cupar Old Parish Church awarded Fairtrade Status

On 31st March 2020, Cupar Old Parish Church was awarded Fairtrade status by the Fairtrade Foundation.