The Crail Town Hall is managed by Crail Community Trust.
Crail Town Hall Management
The Museum provides insight into the past life of this ancient Royal Burgh, its Kirk, seafaring tradition, 220 year-old golf club and Airfield history (HMS Jackdaw, Fleet Air Arm Station, HMS Bruce Boys Training School and Joint Services School for Linguists).
The Museum is accredited under the Museums and Galleries Commission scheme. It is run entirely by volunteers who look after the collection, mount the exhibitions and guide visitors. Friendly staff will give you all the local information you want and you can browse the well stocked shop.
Crail Museum & Heritage Centre
62-64 Marketgate South
The objects of Crail Preservation Society are to preserve the architecture and historical character and ambience of Crail, to improve and maintain the amenity thereof, and to co-operate with and support the work of the trustees of Crail Museum.
The Society has an opportunity to review Planning Applications and comment on or object to proposals that do not maintain or enrich the architectural and historic atmosphere of Crail.
Crail Preservation Society
74 Bow Butts
Crail Community Trust exists to manage sustainably community land and associated assets including premises, to organise community recreational activities including clubs, to advance community development and environmental protection, and to facilitate projects for the benefit of the people of Crail (see full Aims). The Trust works closely with Crail Community Council which, as the elected representatives of the Burgh, provides the Trust with advice on community priorities. The Trust came into existence in 2009 when it became a registered guaranteed company and was granted charitable status.
Crail Community Trust
The Royal Burgh of Crail Community Council is an elected body created to ascertain, co-ordinate and express to local and public authorities the views of the Crail community. Community Councils are the most local tier of statutory representation in Scotland, they bridge the gap between local authorities and communities, and help to make public bodies aware of the opinions and needs of the communities they represent. A particular role of the Council is to encourage community participation and a sense of community spirit.