Our Tayport Community Garden project is supported entirely by volunteers.  Most of our helpers are Tayport residents, but we also have  volunteers from elsewhere in Fife and even from Dundee.

The Climate Action Fife – Climate Friendly Gardens project is supported by one part-time member of staff. 


Climate Action Fife Development Worker, Gillian Fyfe

Gillian will be working with partner organisations Greener Kirkcaldy, CLEAR Buckhaven and Methil and EATS Rosyth to deliver the Climate Friendly Gardens project as part of a five-year project across Fife. The project will run until May 2027 and is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. As part of Climate Action Fife Gillian will also help develop the Fruit Tree for Every Garden in Fife Campaign.  


Gillian has previously worked for PLANT on the Tayport Talks Project and for the RSPB, St Andrews Botanic Garden and Abertay University Students Association.