Construction starts on new Fife regional indoor football facility

Construction starts on new Fife regional indoor football facility

Work has begun on building a regional indoor football training facility at the Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre in Glenrothes. The facility, which is funded by Fife Council and sportscotland, will be the first of its kind in Fife. Cllr Mark Hood, Executive Committee member and Chair of Fife Sports Partnership explained: “This facility will have a particular […]

New Carnegie Library and Galleries prepares to open doors

The countdown is on for the opening of Fife’s impressive new cultural venue, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries.

New Carnegie Library and Galleries prepares to open doors

The countdown is on for the opening of Fife’s impressive new cultural venue, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, set in the heart of the Heritage Quarter. Thursday 18th May 2017 is the day that the new venue will open its doors to the public. The opening weekend coincides with the national Festival of Museums, which […]

John named Disability Coach of the Year

John named Disability Coach of the Year

A dedicated coach – who has worked with a number of Paralympic swimmers – has landed a prestigious national sports award. John Szaranek, from Glenrothes, has been named the sportscotland Disability Coach of the Year in recognition of his tireless work at Carnegie Swimming Club. The 45-year-old, who is the club’s Head Coach, devotes more […]

'First in Europe' as Dunfermline business turns its back on winter weather

'First in Europe' as Dunfermline business turns its back on winter weather

After one of the hottest summers on record, Adventure Golf Island in Fife Leisure Park in Dunfermline has started preparing for the winter to maximise its operation. What is believed to be the first fully inflatable dome over a mini golf course in Europe has been installed at the leisure facility. The completely air tight […]

£10,000 boost for Pittencrieff Park

A £10,000 boost for improving inclusive play in Pittencrieff Park has been agreed by councillors. At a meeting of the City of Dunfermline Area Committee councillors agreed to give the funding to the Friends of Pittencrieff Park, a volunteer group, who plan to use the cash to make the Park’s play areas more accessible for children […]

Culross pupils get on their bikes

Pupils from Culross Primary school got on their bikes to take part in national Bike Week. Gill Anderson, who teaches at Culross Primary, said: “We have a packed schedule of biking events which kicked off on Monday with Dr Bike where everyone had the opportunity to get a full ‘bike health check’.  On Tuesday a […]

Creative writing course to run at Dunfermline High community use

A Creative Writing course is on offer at Dunfermline High Community Use. Starting from Wednesday 11 September 2013 (6.30pm until 8.00pm), a tutor will provide advice and guidance on how to turn your ideas into a piece of written work. She will suggest appropriate language and grammatical techniques, enabling you to effectively express your thoughts, feelings, emotions to the […]

First Fresh Air Festival set for Dunfermline's public park

Dunfermline’s public park is to host the town’s first Fresh Air Festival. The Fresh Air Festival is an initiative of the Park Improvement Group which includes representatives of Fife Council, Dunfermline Central Community Council and the Carnegie Trust. Fiona Simpson of the Community Council said:  “We hope this exciting event will focus attention on the Public […]

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