Fundraising events are happening on successive Fridays to help Homelands Trust Fife reach its £30,000 target for specialist disability equipment.
Work is progressing at the purpose-built development at Homelands in Lundin Links, pictured, which will comprise four spacious wheelchair accessible self-catering holiday cottages and a drop-in centre.
The buildings are specifically designed and equipped to meet the needs of people who have a range of disabilities and long-term health conditions.
Guests staying at the cottages will also be able to use the Paxton (drop-in) Centre, a few yards away.
Its welcoming environment will provide a variety of therapies and day activities.
Work is due to finish in late summer this year.
The charity trust is seeking help to gather funds for equipment.
There is more information on how you can donate at www.justgiving.com/homelandstrustfife/ or you can come along to one of the events.
On Friday, June 27, at Montrave Hall car park, there will be a plant sale and raffle from 10.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
The following Friday, July 4, at 7.30 p.m. in Leven Thistle Golf club, Homelands Trust is having a charity race night and raffle, with entertainment and buffet included, all for only £5. There is more information and ticket details from 0751 572 8427.
Pittenweem men Tom Lawson and Homelands development co-ordinator Dave Paton are also raising funds by doing a six-day trek in August of Poland’s largest mountain range, The High Tatras.