Fife College (Grant £3376)

A grant of £3376 was awarded towards 'Heard No More' a site specific audio visual performance by students of the college's performing arts and sound production departments. Inspired by Shakespeare's Macbeth, the performance took audience members on a journey through the Palace ruins and Dunfermline Abbey for a unique dramatic experience.

Dunfermline Photography Association
(Grant £700)

Working in partnership with the Trust and local high schools, the DPA organised a competition and exhibition 'From A Young Perspective' which was displayed at the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum. A grant of £700 was awarded towards the costs of printing and mounting the images and for prizes.

Pa1S Play As One Scotland (Grant £10000)

A grant of £10000 was awarded towards the creation of a new all-inclusive play park in Pittencrieff Park. The £200,000 facility which opened in June 2018, includes interactive, musical & sensory and adventure play areas in addition to a wheelchair accessible  swing and roundabout. 

Fife Cycle Speedway (Grant £914)

The Trustees awarded a grant of £914 to allow the group to purchase new equipment, including bike racks, first aid kit and portable floodlights which will allow the club to train during winter months.

 HEARD NO MORE IN DUNFERMLINE ABBEY

HEARD NO MORE IN DUNFERMLINE ABBEY

 DPA PRIZE WINNERS WITH THEIR CERTIFICATES AT THE EXHIBITION LAUNCH

DPA PRIZE WINNERS WITH THEIR CERTIFICATES AT THE EXHIBITION LAUNCH

 THE NEW PLAY PARK BEING ENJOYED ON THE OFFICIAL OPENING DAY IN JUNE 2018

THE NEW PLAY PARK BEING ENJOYED ON THE OFFICIAL OPENING DAY IN JUNE 2018

 FIFE CYCLE SPEEDWAY TEAM MEMBERS IN ACTION AT THEIR 'HOME' TRACK WITHIN THE GROUNDS OF QUEEN ANNE HIGH SCHOOL

FIFE CYCLE SPEEDWAY TEAM MEMBERS IN ACTION AT THEIR 'HOME' TRACK WITHIN THE GROUNDS OF QUEEN ANNE HIGH SCHOOL