LinkLiving relaunches in Kirkcaldy
LinkLiving Ltd (part of the Link group of social enterprises) re-launched its multi- purpose building at West Bridge Mill, Kirkcaldy on Friday following an extensive refurbishment.
West Bridge Mill has been home to LinkLiving services since 1995 when it was transformed from a former wire rope-mill into the first purpose-built Foyer in Scotland.
This new upgrade to the building included improved amenities, upgraded office suites, new training rooms and a brand new reception area. The new decor in the building now links it to its industrial heritage.
LinkLiving provides a range of services from West Bridge Mill including a Supported Accommodation service, a Self-Help service, a Befriending project and Employability projects. It is also a key distributor of Kirkcaldy Foodbank food parcels.
On display at the re-launch was original artwork from Fife-based artists Freya Payne, Jock Ferguson and Kirsty Martin.
Sarah Smith, director of LinkLiving said: “It’s great that Link was able to ensure West Bridge Mill will continue to meet the needs of the local community as it has done so since it was a working rope mill in 1855. We are delighted that the facilities at West Bridge Mill allows LinkLiving to continue to work with local partners to provide a range of services to help improve the lives of people across Fife.”