IN the run-up to the Re-Employ Open Day this week, Cowdenbeath MSP Annabelle Ewing met with the social enterprise's new Business Development Manager to find out about the progress being made at the Crosshill Centre organisation.

Ms Ewing, on Monday, visited Gordon Reid at the social enterprise company's base at BRAG.

Re-Employ specialise in creating handmade gifts and promotional items and have been based at Brag’s Crosshill Centre since their inception several years ago.

The organisation has a sound customer base developed through the quality of promotional items they have been producing for organisations and businesses in Fife and beyond.

Ms Ewing said: “Gordon Reid is Re-Employ’s new Business Development Manager and it was a great pleasure to meet with him.

"He is doing a power of work to put Re-Employ firmly on the map".

She added: “Re-Employ really are incredibly versatile company, they can turn their hand to all forms of merchandise and branding for groups, sporting and other clubs, events, corporate clients and all sorts of others, large or small.

"As a social enterprise company, it is an important part of the local community and this Thursday, October 10, is an opportunity for the community to find out more about what they do as they are holding an Open Day from 10am to 3pm at their base at Brag in Crosshill.

“This is a great opportunity for local people to go along and to find out what Re-Employ can do for them or any organisation they are involved in.”