Author: Katie
Coordinator of the Hub in Dunfermline.

**Inclement Weather**

Due to the amber weather warning, we will be closing at 12noon today (28/2/18). Please be warned that we may close tomorrow (1/3/18) as well, as it is likely the weather will worsen overnight. All advice sessions, and appointments are more »

December 2017 Report

December’s report – again we’re seeing quite high numbers (even though we were closed for the week between Christmas and New Year), especially for emergency food aid. We  provided support to local churches and organisations with referrals and booking point, more »

November 2017 Report

Here’s our report for November – we saw an increase again of people needing access to the phone, mainly to call DWP, such as checking up on payments. Referrals for the foodbank is still a big requirement.  Emergency food parcels more »

Be Safe this Christmas!

Dunfermline SafeZone is back this year!  The SafeZone is based here at the Hub, and is a partnership with Police Scotland, FASS, Street Pastors, Scottish Ambulance Service, British Red Cross and Furniture Plus. If you’re on your night out, lose more »

Don’t be alone this Christmas and New Year!

Don’t be lonely this Christmas & New Year!  Take part in something positive and come along to any of the Community Meals this festive season!      For more information, click on the pictures for a larger version.  Alternatively, pop into more »

October Report

October’s report!  And lots more footfall here at the Hub, mostly due to more people attending for emergency food (F3), and Community Job Club.  We also saw a lot of enquiries for the credit union (although not as much as more »

We’re Hiring! Partnership Development Coordinator

  **Post Closed** We’re looking to expand our Coordinator Team here at the Hub, and we need a Partnership Development Coordinator.  The aim of this post is to  provide support to stakeholders of the Dunfermline Advice Hub, and members of the more »

September Report

This month has been quieter, with lower attendance at the Community Job Club.  However, we’ve seen a huge increase of people asking about Credit Unions.  This will be likely due to the increased promotion of credit unions lately, and the more »

Safe Space Values

Dunfermline Advice Hub is pleased to announce that we are a Safe Space! Safe Spaces are places where citizens and organisations agree to a set of values, ensuring that everyone is made to feel welcome, respected and safe. Fife Centre more »

August Report

At the end of the summer holidays, we saw a continued increase in demand for emergency food.  Here at the Hub, we supported F3, a holiday food project for families.  We provided a pick up point for families who contacted more »