Fife Council want to hear views on exciting plans for a new playpark at Hope Street in Lumphinnans.

The young minds of Lumphinnans Primary School and Nursery have already shared their preferences, and now it's the turn of the wider community to give their thoughts on the two options put forward.

Pupils from Lumphinnans Primary 'Communities Committee' presented their choices to officers last week and are very excited about the new play equipment coming to their village.

Councillor Alex Campbell, Cowdenbeath Area Committee Convenor, emphasised the importance of community involvement, stating: "The local kids voices are at the heart of this project and we've heard what they think, now it's over to the adults.

"This playpark is not just about structures; it's about creating a space where our children can thrive and your input will not only shape the playpark but also contribute to the overall well-being of our local children. 

"We’re looking forward to working with the Lumphinnans community to finalise the play park plans for their area and encourage as many people as possible to take part in the survey and share opinions.

"The Cowdenbeath Area Committee allocated £150,000 budget to make this playpark project a reality. Now, it's your turn to have your say! We want to hear from every member of the community about the two options presented."

The online survey can be found at  The online survey will be available until January 19.

In the new year, the council be hosting a series of drop-in sessions in the village. This will give people the chance to view the plans, ask questions, and engage in discussions about the future of the playpark.