Over 270 community groups in Fife have already set up their websites with Digital Fife. There is no knowledge of coding required to build a Digital Fife website
Community groups use their websites to spread their message, keep in touch with their members, attract new members, run surveys and publish documents and videos. Join us by downloading the website application form at the bottom of this page, fill it in and e-mail it back to us.
check your organisations' eligibility to receive a free website
If you wish to apply for a website the application form can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
Scroll down and click on one of the websites from the list below.
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We are always looking for groups and organisations from across Fife to join our online community.
If you think that your group could benefit from developing a website to promote your work and reach new members then please get in contact with us. You can apply directly through downloading the form below and completing it .The form asks for information about your group and what areas of Fife it works in. We do ask that you take part in the activities we run to get more people in Fife online and promote the wider work of Digital Fife with your group.
Glenrothes Mens Shed
Luthrie Village Hall
Hayfield Community Centre
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