Hub Closure: 10-14th Aug

We’ll be closed to all face-to-face, online and phone enquiries during the week 10th-14th August. We’ll be back open for phone or online enquiries on the 17th. We apologise for any inconvenience. Here are a list of other help organisations that may be able to give you advice or signpost you to a relevant service: Welfare Support: 07730 751895/07901 0444432 …

Support in COVID-19

Remember, there are lots of support agencies still operating just now, so if you need help: FVA Helping Hands: 0800 389 6046, for help with getting shopping, getting prescriptions etc Cosy Kingdom: 01592 807930 for help with gas and electric advice (especially things like getting top ups if you’re self isolating) Scottish Welfare Fund: 0300 555 0265 – for emergency …

Lightning Learning: report

At the heart of each onward referral, the person is treated as a precious gift, rather than an awkward bundle, and their life and experience is added to, rather than taken away from. Sanders, First Steps in Counselling We were delighted to host the Lightning Learning event in February – a great opportunity to get together with other workers in …


We are continuing to operate as normal during this difficult time. We ask the community to please use caution when considering coming to the Hub or any of its advice sessions – if you have symptoms, or think you have been exposed, DO NOT ATTEND but CALL your GP or NHS 111 (do not attend your GP in person) and …

February 2020 Report

Have a look at what we got up to in February! We were very happy to welcome Epilepsy Scotland for a one off outreach pop up, and we hosted our very first Lightning Learning event! For more info, click here for everything that went down in February!

February 2020 Advice Sessions

Many more advice sessions here at the Hub this month – just a reminder that British Red Cross Friendship Group is no longer running. For more information on our advice sessions, click here, or contact us For a PDF Printable version, click here.

January 2020 Report

We saw an increase in footfall this month, which we think is down to our new partner, FEAT, but also due to an increase in attendance at all our Advice Sessions. For more info, stats and graphs on footfall at the Hub, click here.

December 2019 Report

Our last report for the year, and we were glad to support all the Christmas initiatives. Rosyth EATS, Lochgelly Salvation Army, and Liberty Church were offering hot food on Christmas and New Years Day. Salvation Army in Wellwood were helping families with Christmas Presents and toys for any vulnerable family. We are so lucky in Dunfermline that there are always …