Fife Climate Festival will be running more than 50 events across the Kingdom over nine days.

Fife Climate Hub invited community groups to take part in a celebration of the climate action taking place across Fife. The end result is 54 climate and nature-related events held over nine days, with some in Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly.

Craig Leitch, Fife Climate Hub manager, said: “We have been bowled over by the response to our call for communities to join in with our first-ever Fife Climate Festival. This shows what a busy climate action network we have in Fife. Amidst the urgency of the climate and biodiversity crises, Fife Climate Festival is a beacon of hope. 

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“With over 50 climate events lined up, the festival demonstrates the strength of our community's commitment to action.”

Some of the upcoming events include:

February 28

  • Make a better Beath – Let’s get mapping! Maxwell Community Centre, Cowdenbeath (6.30pm-8pm)

March 1

  • Climate Fresk Workshop – All the cards are in your hands! Ore Valley Business Centre, Lochgelly (9.30am-12.30pm)

March 2

  • Make a better Beath – Let’s get mapping! Maxwell Community Centre (1.30pm-3pm)


The festival will take place from February 24 to March 3. Find out more at the festival website.