Friends of Silverburn Fun Day

The Friends of Silverburn are organising a family fun day on Saturday 29th June from 12-3 pm in the Park.  Further details will follow, however the event was requested following the large-scale community consultation and public vote last year and will be the second Friends event to be delivered following the vote, with astronomy evenings held last winter.

Put the date in your diary for now and further updates will appear here and on our facebook page!



Want to find out what is planned for Silverburn Park?  Then come along to one of our public briefings and tours of the park to hear from our Chair, Brian Robertson, about the plans for bring your park back to life.  

We want to turn Silverburn back into a park that works for all members of the community and that we can all be proud of.

You can also find out how you can get involved through the Friends of Silverburn Park.

Brian's park tours have been hugely popular over the past year and this is an opportunity to join in, free of charge, and learn more - these will run on Wednesday evenings from April through to August 2019, click the button to secure your place.

Book your space by clicking the link:



Huge thanks to Anstruther Fish Bar who have become the first confirmed sponsor of this year's music festival - sponsoring local performer Cody Feechan.  

If you would like to get involved with sponsoring any of the bands or equipment, do get in touch.  The costs of staging the event are high and all contributions help us to keep ticket prices down as well as covering expenses for the bands coming from far and wide to entertain Silverburn.  

As well as sponsoring a band, you could also have your company's branding on display in the main music marquee or surrounding area, contact Duncan Mitchell for more information on 01592 759371.

If you can't run to a sponsorship package, you could still support us by supplying a raffle prize for our annual prize draw.  So far we've had some amazing prizes donated including VIP passes to Ryze Dundee; Family Season Ticket to Glamis Castle and free return travel between any 2 Scotrail stations in Scotland for a family, thanks to ScotRail.  More and more prizes are coming in every day and the raffle greatly helps us to contribute to the costs of the festival, with any surplus left over being reinvested in the Park, so we do rely on you!




Next meeting date confirmed

The Friends of Silverburn are looking for more people to come forward and join in with our plans.  They're looking for people with different abilities and skills, with everyone's contribution valued.

There are lots of ways to help the Friends Group from committee skills, fundraising, event planning, estate management or simply being a Friend and raising the profile of the Park.

Why not come along to the next meeting to find out more : The Centre, Commercial Road, Leven; 25th March 2019 at 7 pm

Interested but can't attend the meeting? Register your interest at



Navigate your way around the Park

With huge thanks to the Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust we have completed the installation of a range of signage around the Park following their grant of £960 towards the costs.

Improved signage was requested repeatedly by those of you who took part in our last large-scale community consultation in late 2017 and so we are delighted to have the new signs in place, and as you'll see when you visit, many of them are also in Gaelic, as we continue to develop links with Gaelic-speakers and visitors.



Rag Bag Container has arrived!

Please help us in our fundraising efforts for the Park by donating clothing and paired shoes to our new Rag Bag container in the car park.

A supply of bags are available from No 3 Cottage and every time the container is emptied, as well as support recycling, a donation is made to Silverburn Park.

Thank you!


latest news


Git oan yer bike at Silverburn Park!

Silverburn Park is thinking about loaning bikes to visitors. This would be a FREE service, encouraging local people to visit Silverburn, have fun and be healthy. 

A chance to cycle on traffic-free paths and improve your confidence in the saddle! 

A way of introducing children to cycling without having to carry their bike home when wee legs get tired!

And a good way to learn some basic bicycle maintenance, and to get a helping hand with fixing your own bike.

What do you think?

Have your say at our survey monkey page!