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With the help of a small grant award from Fife Environment Trust, restoration of the historic rose window at St Bryce Kirk is now complete.
The project involved the restoration and preservation of an important piece of heritage. The restoration work undertaken will also prevent damage to the interior of the listed building from water ingress through cracked glass and open cracks in the stone tracery.
The North Road Play Park in Saline is now taking shape with completion imminent. The applicants were awarded a £50,000 contribution to this project by Fife Environment Trust.
The next deadline for the submission of Large Grant Applications to Fife Environment Trust is Friday 29th March 2019. Please submit your completed application form (and supporting documentation) in time for this deadline in order for a late May 2019 decision by the Board.
The last round of funding applications saw £600,465 committed to 19 projects including the following:
* £17,040.75 to the Toll Centre in Burntisland for a replacement heating system;
* £22,838 to CLEAR of Buckhaven towards the costs associated with a project to enhance Buckhaven foreshore;
* £43,848 to Colinsburgh Town Hall towards the cost of replacing all windows within the hall building.
As before, there are no deadlines associated with the submission of Small Grant Applications to Fife Environment Trust. Both application forms are available for download from the website under the ‘Applications’ tab.