Category: The Hub Blog

May Report

Lots happened this month! Click here for our May Report and see what we’ve been up to!

April Report

We’ve changed our monthly reports – we thought, along with a new venue, we’d shake things up a bit! If you’d like more information on our reports, please contact us! <<For April’s Report, Click Here>>

June Advice Sessions

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May Advice Sessions

<Download Poster here> **Changes to our Advice Sessions**Citizens Advice & Rights Fife Money Advice Team – CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICEWhat to do instead: call 0345 1400 094, attend a local CARF office or pop into the Hub for a referral.

March 2019 Report

It was our last month in 7 Douglas Street, and we are helping the Fife Children’s Clothing Bank wind down their operation too, so we noticed a big reduction in footfall towards the end of the month. We are still more »

April Advice Sessions

We’re in our New Digs now, so make sure you come along to 31 Chapel Street! There’s also a couple of changes to our advice sessions – Fife Law Centre have changed their drop in to Friday afternoons, 2-5pm, and more »

The New Digs!

We’ve moved into our new digs! Massive great big thank you to: Furniture Plus helped us by moving all our furniture in, and have given us some extra stuff such as rugs and cushions to make our rooms cosy! We more »

Movin’ On Up – Debrief Report

It was a pleasure to host and facilitate our Movin on Up sessions, and we hope that our participants enjoyed it too! There was a great amount of enthusiasm from everyone who attended, especially around how we can work better more »

February Report

Its still chilly this month, but thankfully a short month for most who get paid monthly. The Hub was quite busy, nearly 300 interactions, and advice sessions are being well attended (especially Kingdom Community Bank and Community Job Club). We’re more »

Movin’ On Up

We’ve outgrown our venue at 7 Douglas Street, and we’re moving to 31 Chapel Street, in with our partners Conduit Scotland. And aside from the logistics of moving and the practical aspects of sharing a space, we’re working hard to more »