Community groups across Fife are being invited to take part in Fife’s first climate festival.

The festival is organised by Fife Climate Hub and will celebrate the wide range of climate related activities taking place across Fife. The Hub is providing a platform, funding, and support for community groups to share their events and activities to tackle climate change.

The festival will take place across different locations in Fife and in various venues. The event will give people the chance to try a range of activities that are supposed to promote environmental action.

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Craig Leitch, Fife Climate Hub manager, said: “We at Fife Climate Hub are inviting as many community groups as possible to take part in the festival by organising events during the festival period.

"These could include both activities already planned and dedicated events arranged specifically. We want to support communities that are acting on the climate emergency and encourage others who want to diversify into this area."

Participants can try travel initiatives, repair cafés, swapping events, growing sessions, climate-friendly cooking demonstrations, tree planting days, and more.

Craig added: "We have funding and event resources to help groups run their activities and we will promote them on our website and social channels.

"The climate emergency is becoming more urgent every day, flooding and heatwaves are becoming more frequent in Fife but there is hope if we work together, pool our resources, and take positive collective action."

All community groups based in Fife are welcome to participate. The primary focus of the group does not need to revolve exclusively around climate change, but the group’s work must contribute towards making Fife more sustainable.

You can find out more or submit an event at