The St Andrews Environmental Network are excited to announce the launch of their new carbon-reduction and sustainability advice centre, The Eco Hub. The Hub will officially open its doors to the public on the 23rd of May 2022. The charity has been working for months on acquiring and renovating The Eco Hub, and with this being the third move for the charity since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s an exciting new chapter.
Opening more than a decade ago, the St Andrews Environmental Network runs a range of projects centred around energy efficiency and sustainability. Their flagship project has been providing energy advice for residents in North-East Fife and Glenrothes for many years. More recent projects include running the St Andrews Beach Wheelchairs, managing a community garden, and the award-winning Clean and Green project, to name a few. In total, the St Andrews Environmental Network runs 11 carbon-saving and sustainability projects in the local community, so it seems fitting to have their new premises so central to St Andrews town centre.
The Eco Hub will provide a new area where the public can pop in for a range of services, from energy advice, to buying refill produce or dropping off supplies for the StAndReuse project (run in partnership with Transition University of St Andrews). The Eco Hub is a new centre for the organisation to run their operations and is a welcome change after the uncertainty of the last few years.
Opening on the 23rd of May, at 40 Kinnessburn Road, while it is no longer a Ladbrokes establishment, odds are it’s a positive step for the charity and their work in St Andrews and the wider Fife community. Please pop in and see it for yourself! To find out more or see the renovation story, please visit standrewsenvironmental.org
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