FIFE organisations are being invited to have their chance to wire in to a fund aimed at supporting charitable and communities across Fife.

Groups can still apply for a grant of up to £3,000 grant from broadband provider GoFibre who are paying out £50,000 to celebrate their network being accessible to 50,000 premises across Scotland.

The GoFurther Fund has been established to support vital projects and groups in their efforts to transform local lives in Fife, an area where GoFibre continues to strengthen its network and presence.

More than 10,000 premises are already benefitting from GoFibre’s future-proof digital connectivity, with plans to build across areas of West Fife including Crossford and Cairneyhill, and out to Aberdour.

When complete, GoFibre will be able to connect approximately 40,000 local residents and businesses to the power of full fibre.

Applications for the fund close on September 22 and, so far, organisations who have applied range from homelessness charities and green initiatives to projects supporting young people and their mental health.