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Revealed: The Fife Free Press’ 40 Fifers of 2018

The year was filled with remarkable stories of people who went the extra mile for the benefit of our communities.

From schools to business, from sport to the arts, their drive and enthusiasm were key to getting projects off the ground, and giving us reasons to be proud in 2018. Here is the full rundown of the Fife Free Press’ 40 Fifers Of The Year.

5 Pamela Stevenson, Fife Economy Partnership - Making the shortlist of the  Business Women Scotland/Women's Enterprise Scotland Awards was fitting recognition for the work and huge commitment Pamela brings to her role.
5 Pamela Stevenson, Fife Economy Partnership - Making the shortlist of the Business Women Scotland/Women's Enterprise Scotland Awards was fitting recognition for the work and huge commitment Pamela brings to her role.
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6 Marie Penman - The former councillor launched new group WTF (Women Together In Fife), rekindled the Fife Yes independence group, worked tirelessly for the foodbank, and led the debate on the opening of a strip club in town.
6 Marie Penman - The former councillor launched new group WTF (Women Together In Fife), rekindled the Fife Yes independence group, worked tirelessly for the foodbank, and led the debate on the opening of a strip club in town.
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7 Linda Gourlay - In summer, Linda offered free haircuts to youngsters from low income families going back to school, making sure everyone had the chance to feel confident about returning to classes.
7 Linda Gourlay - In summer, Linda offered free haircuts to youngsters from low income families going back to school, making sure everyone had the chance to feel confident about returning to classes.
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8 Viewforth High pupils - When the FFP called on people in the Kirkcaldy area to show how strong support is for a new cinema,  Viewforth pupils went one better by launching their own cinema evenings and got a fantastic response.
8 Viewforth High pupils - When the FFP called on people in the Kirkcaldy area to show how strong support is for a new cinema, Viewforth pupils went one better by launching their own cinema evenings and got a fantastic response.
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