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We are working on a calendar that will highlight some of the religious festival you may like to be aware of. As an expression of unity, we felt it was approriate to share these date so we can celebrate with people of other faiths. Watch this space.
Our Next Meeting
Tuesday, March 8th March @ 1:00pm: This year's International Women's Day event, is hosted by the Fife Interfaith Group and Fife Women's Tent.
Enjoy a free afternoon tea, sensory workshop, and a blether about how faith impact can enhance the roles of women in communities.
Dispelling myths and stereotypes and how a personal faith can be empowering to women.
For catering purposes, we require women to register via Eventbrite. Please register for a free ticket using .
Please contact either Louisa Turner, Fife Interfaith Group Events Coordinator: or
Sarah Hutchison, Corporate Assistant, Fife Centre for Equalities: to notify us if you have any specific food allergies.
This event is co-sponsored by the Fife Interfaith Group, Fife Centre for Equalities, Fife Equalities Forum, and the National Lottery Community Fund.
Do you knit? Would you like to support a good cause?
Fife Council has appointed a Project Manager, - Ruth McCabe, to promote Fife as being Dementia Friendly. The project manager visits schools, along with members of STAND – a group of people living with younger onset dementia, who together, deliver a specialist course, for children, on becoming a dementia friend.
The idea of the gift of a small hand sized hippo to be given to each child who undertakes the course is in response to STAND adopting the hippo as their mascot. A part of the brain – Hippocampus, is often affected by dementia. The STAND hippo is known as 'Campus'.
The aim is to have 1000 hippos, to hand out, to the children of Fife.
If you are interested, please contact who has a full-size knitting pattern.