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  • Levenmouth Reconnected - Levenmouth Local Tourism Association survey

    Created: 23/02/2023

    The return of a rail link to Levenmouth will provide the area with a major boost to economic sustainability and connectivity.

    It will deliver opportunities for local people: unlocking access to education, culture, entertainment and employment options, as well attracting new business and investment.

    The Levenmouth area not only covers Leven itself but also the towns and villages of Methil, Buckhaven, Kennoway, Windygates, East Wemyss, Coaltown of Wemyss, West Wemyss, Lundin Links, Upper Largo, Lower Largo, Drumeldrie, Bonnybank and Balcurvie.

    Two new stations are being built at Leven and Cameron Bridge, and major investment will improve the environment and transport links across the whole Levenmouth area.

    Levenmouth Reconnected want to find out a bit more about the people who plan to use trains in/out of Leven and Cameron Bridge and why, which will will help local groups, organisations and businesses focus their efforts on how best they can meet people's needs and aspirations.

    To have your say on the potential effects of the new rail connections to Levenmouth, please completely this 5 minute survey.

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