OLDER people will be able to “feel the wind in their hair again” as a cycling scheme is rolled out across Scotland.
THE Benarty-Indian connection started from a room in 72 Kirkland Gardens, Ballingry, and it was significant international correspondence that would take place over thousands of miles between people who did not know one another, but had a common love for the Bible and the Christian faith.
FCE were approached by West Fife Enterprise to help them develop an accessible Jam shed. The aim of the shed is to provide an accessible space where people from all walks of life can come together in a relaxed informal setting to play, learn or teach a variety of musical instruments. The Jam shed is … Continue reading Creating an Accessible Jam Shed – Case Study
Irene is one of the volunteers at the Canary Canteen, and has lived in High Valleyfield for 12 years. She became a member of Valleyfield Club in 2014 and is now the Chairperson, the key to success behind the canteen is that it's inclusive, open for anyone to join. You can find the full interview … Continue reading Running the Canary Canteen – Case Study
Robbie is a volunteer driver for LinkLiving - who also provides one-to-one support for older people, he thinks community cafes are great for people that need extra help and support. They give people a new lease on life and bring generations together. You can find the full interview below: