Over the next few months, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland will be out across Scotland with their members putting on Climate Action Workshops which you can get involved in! These free to attend workshops are an exciting opportunity to meet others interested in climate change, get to know more about this years Climate Bill and to find
Category Archives: Fife
There are a couple of Fife Pilgrim Way tree planting events at Lochore Meadows on 15 & 16 March. If you are interested in taking part, please see: http://fifecoastandcountrysidetrust.co.uk/Events
With a number new congregations registering in the west and south of Fife, we are looking to establish a network in that area, stretching from west of Dunfermline right along the Firth of Forth to Leven, and inland to Glenrothes, including places like Rosyth, Inverkeithing, Kirkcaldy, Cowdenbeath, Lochgelly and Markinch, among others. An initial
Join us in welcoming Ss John & Columba’s and St Peter in Chains who signed up as our most recent Eco-Congregation! Here’s where they are! We look forward to hearing what they get up to in 2017!
The 2015 Local Networks Seminar took place in Dunblane on Saturday 26th September. This year the main themes discussed at the Seminar have been used to propose an exciting new way of providing web-based resources, which can be downloaded and printed out to encourage more participation in our congregations. After considering what other resources are
Presentation given by John Ferguson from EcoideaM Ltd on 26th September at the Local Networks Seminar. A full report of the day will follow. The presentation can be downloaded in PowerPoint format here: Eco Congregation Seminar Dunblane 260915
The Fife Pilgrim Way has received new funding. Below is their press release: Plans to create a new “Pilgrims” walking route across Fife passed another milestone with the awarding of a first round pass of £406,400 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). Together with support from Fife Council and other sources, this funding will be