Catching up in the constituency
I had a very productive meeting with SGN (formerly Scottish Gas) to hear about their biodiversity improvement work in Windygates and get an update on their H100 hydrogen heating scheme in Methil and Buckhaven.
I also had the pleasure of visiting the Glenrothes Community Sports & Health Hub (previously the Gilvenbank Pavilion) to meet new manager Suzanne McRoberts who talked about some of the great work they’re already doing and some of their exciting plans for the future. The Hub is a fantastic facility but a lot of people who visit Gilvenbank Park regularly don’t even know it’s there.
Finally on Saturday I was in Kennoway for the official opening of the Kennoway Pump Track. This is a superb facility and if its first week in operation is anything to go by, it’s going to be very well used. Gavin Harrower deserves a medal for the commitment he’s shown to turn this great idea into a reality. Public agencies provided a lot of funding but none of it would have happened without the willingness of the whole community to get their sleeves rolled up and make it happen.