Please click on the links below to visit our favourite websites:
Methil Heritage Centre
Methil Heritage Centre is a small local history museum and exhibition venue, situated in the coastal town of Methil in Central Fife. It was originally called The Lower Methil Heritage Centre and was created by members of The Lower Methil Community Association.The idea for a Museum was first looked at by the Community Association in August 1990. Kirkcaldy Museum was approached for advice and their suggestion was a Heritage Centre which could only be sustainable for six months. Premises and funding were the main concerns
Markinch Heritage Group
Markinch Parish once stretched from the modern town of Glenrothes to the lost village of Innerleven. The history of this stretch of land is only partially written and there are many mysteries and historical puzzles to unravel. If you are interested in revealing the past or in preserving it for the future this could be the organisation for you.
Glenrothes Art Club
56 Years of Art from 1955 – 2011.
Glenrothes Art Club is “Leading the Way in Arts & Crafts in the Glenrothes Area.”
Our Members paint in Watercolours, Oils, Acrylic, Pastel and Charcoal. We have Member/Tutors who are always there to help, so if you want to start painting come along to the club for a chat. Or you may be an Artist who would like to join a club, if so, please come along
Fife Mining Museum
You can make contact with the Organisers of the Fife Mining Museum through their website.
ON at Fife is the new name and identity of the Arts & Theatres Trust Fife and is an independent organisation which provides arts, culture and entertainment across Fife. Here is an overview of the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes
Digital Fife On-Line Learning
Digital Fife, who provide us with this website, has a wide range of online learning modules for community groups. Digital Fife also has modules for individuals on computing and getting the most out of the internet. Click “Online learning” to try a module out, register and get some free learning with a certificate at the end.
Kingdom Shopping Centre
“Every week, around 160,000 people visit the Kingdom Shopping Centre. The majority of our shoppers are from Glenrothes and the surrounding areas, people who support the Centre and its retailers – week in, week out.
That’s why we like to help local groups, schools and sports clubs as much as we can. It’s our way of giving something back, and the Kingdom Shopping Centre has been awarded the Community Mark, “Big Tick”, Scottish Retail Shopping Location of the Year & SBCC Safer Shopping awards for excellence in recognition of our efforts.”