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  • 300,000 funding for community projects in Glenrothes

    Created: 06/02/2024
    News/Events Category: General News
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    Councillors have signed off almost £300,000 funding for four community projects in and around Glenrothes. 

    The Glenrothes Area Committee recommended money from the Fife Community Recovery Fund should be allocated to four projects. 

    • £130,000 will go to the town's three high schools
    • £114,000 is for a capacity building worker 
    • £35,971.36 will be used to create a one-stop community hub at Collydean Community Centre 
    • £18,058.80 has been assigned to repair the car park at Milton of Balgonie Village Hall 

    Councillors aim for the projects to help respond during the cost of living crisis, benefiting individuals, families and the community across Glenrothes. 




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