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Digital Skills Drop-ins

The YMCA Glenrothes runs a series of community digital support sessions in Glenrothes, Leven, and Kirkcaldy thanks to funding from Fife Council and the Corra Foundation.

The YMCA Glenrothes leads on the Fife Digi Support Trial (FDST). In partnership with Frontline Fife, Kingdom Support and Care and Frontline Fife, we aim to tackle repeat homelessness through digital engagement. This one year trial will create a common framework that can be replicated across Fife.

Open to all, the YMCA Glenrothes digital support sessions provide free and impartial support to help you feel confident using your device, whether you are experiencing homelessness or not.

Please see below the sessions we currently have up and running, and check back to see new sessions being added in early 2023.


Digital skills drop in sessions are being planned to start in January 2023!

Run out of our community centre on North Street, the digital sessions run on the 2nd Friday and last Friday of the month.

Appointment only

Please call/text: 07455504368

or email: paul.bunting@ymcaglenrothes.co.uk

We can help to support you with digital skills and advice. For example:

  • The basics of using a phone, tablet, laptop or PC
  • Finding the best broadband or mobile phone deals
  • Secure passwords
  • Social media privacy
  • Saving money online


Every Tuesday 2-4pm

  • Free impartial digital support through our drop-in session in Leven Library

Every Wednesday 2-6pm

  • We also run sessions during Together Levenmouth’s We’ll Meet Again (Warm Spaces) event. Click here to read more and book your free tickets.


From collaboration between YMCA Glenrothes and the Community Social Work team, we are pleased to offer digital skills drop-in sessions around Kirkcaldy in the near future.

Please check back in 2023 to see the list of locations.

If you feel like a digital support session could be beneficial in your area, please fill in the web form in the contact us page.