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The Friendship Cabin

To prevent social isolation, combat loneliness and help integrate into the community

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About Us

The Friendship Cabin is a charity formed in 2018 and becoming a Scottish  Charitable Incorporated Organisation  (SCIO) in May 2019. It is run by Volunteers, who organise a number of social, recreational and educational activities four times per week basis at Woodside Community Hall in Glenrothes.


The aim is to provide mental and physical stimulation and help to promote independence, health and wellbeing of participants and the sessions are designed to improve the quality of life of the people who attend as well as fostering community spirit and inclusion and making people feel a valued part of a group.


The sessions are open to any adult over the age of 18 and aims to tackle social isolation amongst vulnerable adults. The attendees are also given advice and support if required on accessing benefits and other appropriate services and volunteers ensure The Friendship Cabin is responsive to participants’ needs and interests by having informal discussions at each session and Volunteer training is developed around the needs of individuals using the sessions.


As part of our desire to make The Friendship Cabin a welcoming place, light refreshments and a warm meal are provided on most days in a very relaxing atmosphere.

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Exercise and well-being



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