The Dunfermline & District Credit Union are a locally based community organisation that offers government guaranteed savings and loans facility to all of its members. The members hold shares in the DDCU, by making regular savings. The more money saved, the bigger amount of shares.
Once a member is has been saving for a minimum of 12 weeks, a member can apply for a loan. This will be at a fair and reasonable rate, and won’t more than you can afford. Repayments are easy, paid back over time. And in that time, you’ll still be able to put away something for your savings, so you’ll always have something to fall back on.
If you would like to join the DDCU, please pop along to the sessions with 2 forms of ID (one must be photographic, and one must have your address, dated from within the last 3 months), and £2 administration fee.
Come and speak to June, Case Worker for Douglas Chapman MP. June can help with a variety of issues, from immigration, welfare and benefits, and local area issues.
Needing guidance or help with a legal matter? Come along and speak to an adviser from the Fife Law Centre – they can help you with legal enquiries on housing, welfare/benefits, or family matters.
Citizens Advice & Rights Fife are here to help you deal with your money concerns. If you’re struggling with debt, whether its struggling to make repayments, or to deal with the constant demands from your creditors, CARF Money Advice are here to help. They can take you through the process, help you deal with your debt and work out an achievable repayment plan that suits you.
Frontline Fife are here to help you with your housing issues. They offer a range of services, such as housing advice, accommodation services, addiction support, and advice for private landlords.
If you have any problems or issues with your housing, come and speak to the Housing Adviser at these times.