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4 ways to upcycle your food packaging into food growing projects

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Media Volunteer, and keen gardener and upcycler, Kaska shares some innovative ways to reuse your food packaging rather than throwing it away!

The Eco Shop

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Make Valentine gift-giving special with a gift that’s unique and thoughtfully tailor-made with gift baskets, chocolate, candles and more.

Wassailing at the orchard

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Volunteer and Wassail King, Ross, gives us his version of events from this year’s Apple Wassail at our community orchard at Ravenscraig Walled Garden.

Would you like to create your own green energy?

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Find out if renewable energy is right for your home. Drop by the High Street Hub Thursday 11 & Friday 12 February 10am-3pm.

Fife Food for Fife Folk – buy good food at fair prices

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Make a bespoke grocery box of local, seasonal veg & bread and wholefoods. Order by Tuesday 16th February for collection on Saturday 20th.

Closet Clearout Campaign

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Get involved in our new clothes campaign – swap your unwanted clothes or donate to local charities.

Powering up Communities – Book your place!

Book your place to hear inspiring and engaging speakers at our Annual Gathering and AGM 27 February 2016.

February Closet Clearout

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Love your wardrobe and have a clearout. Bring unwanted items to donate or swap. Wednesday 10th February, 4.30pm – 6.30pm.

LED lighting – now there’s a bright idea!

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Swapping your light bulbs to LEDs is one of the most cost-effective ways of saving energy. You can buy LEDs from our Eco Shop.

Is renewable energy right for your home?

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Find out if you could generate your own electricity, heat your home or hot water. Free, independent advice on solar panels or biomass systems.

About Greener Kirkcaldy

Greener Kirkcaldy is a community-led charity. We work on a local scale to benefit the community and the environment - we believe that everyone gains from being green.

We give advice and support to help you reduce your fuel bills, grow or cook with seasonal local food and reduce waste. We also hold fun events, run courses and workshops, and we work with community groups and schools.

Our High Street Hub and Eco Shop is at 254a High Street (at the foot of Oswald's Wynd), Kirkcaldy. It's open Wednesdays to Saturdays 10 til 4. Pop in and say hello!