Foraging Fortnight is a LEADER initiative, in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage. Foraging Fortnight celebrates Scotland’s natural environment and wild food, with a series of foraging and wild food events taking place across Forth Valley and Lomond, Fife, Moray, Lanarkshire, and Orkney LEADER areas.
To See all the events head to the Foraging Fortnight website here
LEADER Funding: £160,000
Project Aims: This project aims to secure the future of a landmark heritage building. Refurbishment of the interior and upgrading facilities and services within the halls. It also aims to support Anstruther to become a more resilient, independent and self-sufficient community, able to make things happen for itself.
This project is due to start shortly. More details will follow as the project gets underway.
The next Crowderfunder event is on Thursday 24th October 10.30am – 12 noon at City Chambers, Kirkgate, Dunfermline, KY12 7ND. The event will be held by the Fife Crowdfunder coach Kirsty. Kirsty’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions for Kirsty and to sign up for the next event please click here.
Fife Pilgrim Way is now open for all to walk, we have been to Clatto to walk part of the path and also to St Ninian’s near Kelty. Its a lovely walk with lots to see. To find out more visit the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust website here.
Please see the dates and venues for the next round of funding application clinics that Fife Voluntary Action (FVA) Capacity Building Team will be hosting across Fife.
These clinics are not drop-in – but by booked appointment only. Please click here for more information