West Bridge Mill relaunch

LinkLiving Ltd re-launched its multi-purpose building at West Bridge Mill, Kirkcaldy on Friday 15 July following an extensive refurbishment.

West Bridge Mill has been home to LinkLiving services since 1995 when it was transformed from a former wire rope-mill into the first purpose-built Foyer in Scotland.

This new upgrade to the building included improved amenities, upgraded office suites, new training rooms and a brand new reception area. The new decor in the building now links it to its industrial heritage.

Refurbished reception area at West Bridge Mill

Range of services provided at West Bridge Mill

LinkLiving provides a range of services from West Bridge Mill including a Supported Accommodation service, a Self-Help service, a Befriending project and Employability projects.  It is also a key distributor of Kirkcaldy Foodbank food parcels.

On display at the re-launch was original artwork from Fife-based artists Freya Payne, Jock Ferguson and Kirsty Martin. 

Continuing to meet the needs of the local community

Sarah Smith, Director of LinkLiving said: “It’s great that Link was able to ensure West Bridge Mill will continue to meet the needs of the local community as it has done so since it was a working rope mill in 1855. We are delighted that the facilities at West Bridge Mill allows LinkLiving to continue to work with local partners to provide a range of services to help improve the lives of people across Fife.”

Director of LinkLiving Sarah Smith, Link Chairman Roy Stirrat and Service Delivery Manager Jacqueline Nugent.

For more information about the services, or office space available at West Bridge Mill, call 01592 644048.