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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 »

Christmas Fairy Spotlights: Welfare Support Sessions

Throughout December, we’re going to be bringing you information on local events, meals and initiatives over the festive period.  Today, we’re putting the Christmas Fairy Spotlights on the Welfare Support Sessions The Welfare Support Workers will be hosting an open session more »

August Report 2018

Coordinator’s Report Our numbers increased this month, perhaps due to the schools going back, and the weather turning more autumnal.  We saw a few more people requiring information, particularly about emergency food aid, benefits entitlement, and information about the Kingdom more »

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June 2018 Report

June was a little quieter than last month, and we saw a lower number of people needing fuel, food and clothing assistance.  We’ve also been working to try and highlight recurring themes as to why people have to access crisis 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 »

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 »

April Report

Here’s our report on everything that’s been happening at the Hub in April 2017.  We’ve seen over 200 people access the Hub for various reasons, and again, we’re again noticing a sharp increase in people needing emergency food and clothes. more »

Introducing: Community Use Computers!

We’re pleased to introduce our new Public Access Computers, available for everyone to use!  Along with this, Digital Skills Fife Volunteers are here every Wednesday from 12:30pm to 2pm to help you if you struggle with computers and don’t know more »

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December 2016 Report

It was really busy in December – we were assisting lots of Christmas schemes, designed to help anyone who was vulnerable over the festive period. If you have any enquiries about our stats, please contact Katie, Advice and Information Coordinator.

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