Auchmuty, Glenrothes, Fife (KY7 4HP)
St. Luke’s can be found in the Auchmuty community.
Peace ‘n’ Jam
Our project, Peace ‘n’ Jam is an exciting new three year long activity funded by The National Lottery Community Fund Project. This will allow for the refurbishment of the non-worship space within the church to establish a community café and social hub. Peace ‘n ‘Jam will allow people to come together to build relationships and benefit from low cost nutritious meals. The café will benefit all the residents of the Warout/Auchmuty area and beyond. The creation of two new flexible rooms will provide further space to support the many Community groups in the Auchmuty area; families; Youths and the Elderly.
St. Luke’s connects with and supports:
The project is all about improving the health and wellbeing of the community. This is done through gardening, outdoor space and connecting with each other. The project is open to all ages and abilities, and aims to provide a safe, welcoming environment for all who take part. Coming to Growing Auchmuty should be like a home away from home.
The project is funded for three years by the Lottery, thereafter it must become self-sustainable.
The Y is a community hub within the centre of Glenrothes offering specialist services such as supported housing, family learning, youth projects and community health projects.
Glenrothes Men’s Shed
Men’s sheds are community spaces for men to connect, converse and create. The activities are often similar to those of garden sheds, but for groups of men to enjoy together. They help reduce loneliness and isolation, but most importantly, they’re fun
Find out more abider Glenrothes Men’s Shed here.
Find out more abider Men’s Shed Association here.
Auchmuty and Dovecot Tenants and Residents Association (ADTRA)
ADTRA have a community flat at 107 Alexander road.
Find out more about ADTRA here.
The foodbank relies on your goodwill and support.
Find out more about the Foodbank here.
Our Place Auchmuty was an exciting place-based initiative from The National Lottery Community Fund. It aimed to empower local people and organisations to bring about a massive and lasting positive difference to their neighbourhood.
Our Place worked with and supporedt projects in neighbourhoods, including Auchmuty in Glenrothes, Fife.