The CRA is a properly constituted organisation, founded in 2007 and open to all residents of our community and those with a historical connection to it. Our meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month, at 7.15pm in Cellardyke Lower Town Hall. Everyone is welcome to drop in on one of our meetings, and membership of the CRA is open to anyone living in Cellardyke, or having family or historical connections to the village. Our most obvious activity is our floral work around the village, which has helped win Silver Awards for Anstruther/Cellardyke in the Fife and Scotland in bloom competition. Our main boats are at the top of the Windmill Road, and at Pickford Crescent, where our flagship, the Dyker Lass, has pride of place. If you would like to help with our many tubs and boats, either drop into our meetings or contact our secretary. You will be made very welcome. Waid Pupils are also assisting with the floral effort, and have already made a great start to tidying up the Braehead Path at the East End of the village. This had been badly overgrown, but is now cleared back, thanks to our young people.
Our interests at our monthly meetings include planning matters relevant to Cellardyke, environmental issues, and coming up, a big push to provide informational boards for Cellardyke, detailing our history, industry and geology. Work on this is just beginning, so if you would like to be involved or have suggestions, please get in touch. We publish a twice-yearly newsletter, which is distributed to all houses in Cellardyke, with local news and a feature on local history. Annually, we organise the Cellardyke Burns Supper, which is always popular.
Above all, we exist to preserve the identity of the village and a sense of belonging, and encourage all activities that promote this. If you live in Cellardyke, have connections to the village or are moving here, perhaps to the new Silverdykes development in Cellardyke, or would like to offer some photographs or information for the website, we would love to hear from you.