If you’re feeling the effects of social isolation, you’re not alone.
Curnie Clubs have been welcoming people out of isolation since 2016 and are a friendly, community of local groups who link up with each other across Fife. We’re currently running online group activities, can provide specialist one-to-one support, and are open to ALL adults in Fife.
So help yourself and others out of isolation. Call the Curnie Club enquires number on 07807 011 951 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also find out more about the Curnie Club on our Facebook page here
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Restrictions and there are limited reasons for not 'staying at home' due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The Government website shows permitted reasons for going outside on Transport networks around the United Kingdom.
Restrictions and roadworks on B916 Aberdour Road at Blacklaw Road.
Restrictions and roadworks on A90 Forfar Road at Forfar Road.