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Thanks to funding from Community Jobs Scotland, the Centre for Stewardship (based on Falkland Estate) has a 6 month+ vacancy available for a Senior Land Worker. This is an exciting and varied position. You will get the chance to lead a small team on a whole variety of outdoor activities relating to estate management including woodland […]

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This brief will provide the background and requirements of the Fife Rural Skills Partnership (FRSP) to refresh the Partnerships business plan and produce a realistic and deliverable action plan. FRSP are looking to engage a consultant to carry out a time limited piece of work which will provide a clear direction for the Partnership over […]

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Fife Health and Wellbeing Alliance have £63,500 for funding one off projects working to reduce health inequalities. This can include work related to employability. Application for a one off grant of up to £5000 is open to voluntary sector and community group initiatives (not currently funded by FHWA) which meet the health and wellbeing needs […]

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2014 is set to be an exciting year for FRSP partner The Ecology Centre as plans for a new centre on the east shore of Kinghorn Loch have been given the go ahead by Fife Council. As well as the construction of a new, environmentally sound building with stunning views of the loch, inspired plans […]

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ProjectScotland has been awarded Scottish Government funding to address the issue of youth unemployment in rural areas of Scotland. ProjectScotland offers 16-30 year olds full-time structured volunteering opportunities with charities across Scotland. Around 7 out of 10 ProjectScotland volunteers go on to work, education or training. The Scottish Government funding will enable ProjectScotland to significantly expand its operations in rural areas. […]

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