Dunfermline Delivers Supports City Centre College
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013
on behalf of Dunfermline Delivers
Fife based organisation Dunfermline Delivers has been vocal in its support of the Carnegie College moving into the city centre.
With numerous big names closing their doors recently on the High Street, Dunfermline Delivers believes the move of the campus could help prevent further degeneration of the city’s shopping hub, while providing students with a vibrant setting for learning.
Dunfermline Delivers is urging both Fife Council and the new amalgamated College Board to consider the remedial benefit to businesses the college move could bring.
Michael Maloco, Chairman of Dunfermline Delivers, said: “We are convinced that in moving into Dunfermline city centre New Fife College would be benefit students and local individuals through supporting local businesses.”
“In ensuring Dunfermline is a centre of activity we can prevent further damage to our retail hub through shop closures, a cause we know is of concern to the Fife Council.
The firm believe that aside from benefiting individual businesses, a bustling and active city centre will stimulate students by allowing them to form part of a thriving community.
The organisation’s recent campaigns have focused on revitalising the city centre, and have included the hugely successful Bruce Festival, one of Fife’s best free events, the Dunfermline Fireworks, Dunfermline Winter Festival and Dunfermline Live.
The full coverage can be read on the Dunfermline and West Fife Today website and was secured on behalf of Dunfermline Delivers thanks to an ongoing PR campaign with Holyrood Partnership.