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Klaus Berchtenbreiter, On Fife Business Manager is set to cycle from London to Paris in 24 hours for charity with support from The Kingdom Shopping Centre.
On Saturday 4th May from 11.30am-1.30pm in the Kingdom Shopping Centre - Lyon Square, Klaus Berchtenbreiter, demonstrated his cycling skills. His turbo trainer will be linked to an interactive mapping display, allowing the public to see him cycling through the streets from London to Paris. Klaus collected money, raising funds for the disability charity SCOPE, who focus on changing society for the better, so that disabled people and their families can have the same opportunities as everyone else. Working with disabled people and their families, offering practical support - from information services to education and everyday care.
The cycling distance from London to Paris is 280 miles, which the Klaus will break into 9 legs, with half an hour to eat and drink between each one, plus a break of 3 hours at Dover, waiting for the ferry. This leaves just 16 hours and 30 minutes of actual cycling, which works out at an average speed of just under 17 miles an hour! The 30-minute rest periods are calculated from when the main peloton (or pack) arrives at each station. Any stragglers arriving late will have a shorter rest period, so it is important to maintain a steady pace.
"It is as much a personal challenge for me as anything else," said Klaus. "In order to cycle from London to Paris in 24 hours, I will need to seriously train and change my diet between now and July when we set off on the ride."
"The Kingdom Shopping Centre is thrilled to sponsor Klaus and support his fantastic work to help to raise money for SCOPE." Robert Winter, Centre Manager.
The fourth Glenrothes Environmental Day was a fantastic success, hundreds of adults & children took part in creating a flower pot and planting seeds, drawing and finding out information about biodiversity and recycling items.
Congratulations to Erin Buddie from Glenrothes who won the Easter Competition!
Many Thanks to Netopa, British Red Cross, Rach, RS McColl, The Works, Poundland, Jessops, Sky, Clydesdale Bank, Superdrug, Dunnes, Max Spielmann, Subway, Sphere and Turret, JD Sports, Officer's Club, Ryman, 1st Stop/Watch Repair, Internacionale & Rothes Halls for donating prizes for our Easter Hamper.
This Easter saw shoppers flocking to the Kingdom Shopping Centre for a free 4 day Easter Eggstravaganza event for all the family!
On Monday 1st until Thursday 4th April, Kingdom Shopping Centre hosted a variety of Easter and egg themed activities including egg decorating, egg cup making, making chocolate egg nests as well as other arts and craft activities for all to enjoy. There was even a special visit from the centre's very own Kingsley Bear to entertain the little ones too.
To top it all off, Kingdom Shopping Centre also offered shoppers the chance to
win an annual family pass to Edinburgh Zoo. Mrs Jean Jarvis, mother of 2 from Glenrothes, was chosen as the lucky winner and said, "We had such a great time with the children at the Easter Eggstravaganza and loved that it was all free! I'm so happy we were picked as the winners of the Edinburgh Zoo prize and can't wait to take the whole family throughout the year. Thank you Kingdom Shopping Centre!" Robert Winter, Centre Manager for Kingdom Shopping Centre, says "We really enjoyed hosting the Easter Eggstravaganza and delighted that over 400 children attended the events. It was such a great free event over the Easter break for the whole family. We hope everyone enjoyed them too and look forward to welcoming more shoppers to our future events in the Kingdom Shopping Centre!"
Kingdom Shopping Centre partnered with Police Scotland to provide a free bike marking and cycling proficiency information event on Wednesday 10th April from 10am - 2pm. The event was a fantastic success - thank you to all who attended.
An exhibition displaying policing in Fife from its origins to the present day.
As Fife Constabulary moves closer to becoming part of the Police Service of Scotland in April, retired police officers went down memory lane and remembering the 'old' days.
Fife Constabulary with the help from the Fife Branch of the Retired Officers Association marked the occasion by hosting a free exhibition in Glenrothes from Monday 4th March to Saturday 10th March, 10am-4pm in a shop unit on Unicorn Way inside the Kingdom Centre.
The exhibition displayed policing in Fife from its origins to the present day. On display was a large selection of paraphernalia including; photographs, documents, artefacts, uniforms, and some historic films of some historic occasions in Fife, such as the opening of the Forth Road Bridge.
Eddie Devlin, Fife Branch of the Retired Officers Association said: "As Policing in Scotland moves in to a new era, it is appropriate that we Mark the Occasion of the coming to an end of Fife Constabulary and its associated history stretching back almost two hundred years."
Members of the retired officers association were on hand at all times to explain and answer any queries anyone may have from the exhibition. Pupils from Auchmuty High School designed a window display reflecting the exhibition. All school groups, were welcome to visit.
The history of policing in Fife dates back to 1832. The first Police Force in Fife was established in Dunfermline City and was followed in 1840 by Kirkcaldy Burgh Police and Fife County Constabulary. The latter two merged and in the following years were joined by town forces of St Andrews, Dysart, Burntisland, Cupar and Newburgh.
In 1877 Kirkcaldy Burgh Police was formed as a separate entity and the status quo remained until 10th May 1949 when those three Forces amalgamated to form Fife Constabulary.
In spite of numerous other Force amalgamations throughout Scotland since then Fife has remained unchanged in boundary serving the population throughout the mirrored local authority areas.
Almost 2000 members of the community visited the event over the 6 days.
Free golf course took place be between 10am and 4pm from the 14th -17th February in Lyon Square. Over 750 members of the community brought their friends and family to play the Kingdom 9 hole course in the fewest shots!
(Photograph - Lindsey Methven, Marketing Administrator for The Kingdom Shopping Centre, Graeme Store Supervisor at Subway, two winners James and Jade, James Ewing, Graphic Designer at The Online Print Company and John Bell Operations Manager for The Kingdom Shopping Centre)
The Kingdom Shopping Centre co-ordinated the chance to win a free lunch for a month, targeting all local High School pupils, in partnership with Subway Glenrothes and The Online Print Company. Pupils had to tweet or post the job they would like when they leave school for their chance to win, on the Kingdom Shopping Centre's Facebook and Twitter pages.
The two winners were Jade Dowie from Glenrothes High School who would like to become a Zoologist and James Currie from Auchmuty High School who would like to become an Engineer. Both pupils have won free lunch for a month at Subway as part of their 'What Winners Eat Campaign'.
The Kingdom Shopping Centre offered career tips and advice on their social media pages to assist with the pupils selection. Lindsey Methven, Marketing Administrator for the Kingdom Shopping Centre, also carried out marketing lectures to business education students in the local High Schools.
The Kingdom Shopping Centre, Subway Glenrothes & The Online Print Company wish the winners and all those who entered, the very best of luck in the future to achieve their dream job.
Fifers looking to become healthier and fitter this new year are being encouraged to sign up to the 2013 Kingdom Weight Challenge.
The free 10-week programme, which kicks off w/c 14 January, aims to help participants shift excess pounds.
With support and guidance from health and fitness experts at NHS Fife and Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, including nutritionists and dietitians, participants follow a healthy eating weight loss plan, with the opportunity to also take part in a variety of activity sessions based on their level of fitness.
The challenge is open to teams-of-four, and family, friends and colleagues are encouraged to join together to support each other.
Weekly weigh-in sessions will be held in the: Kingdom Shopping Centre, Glenrothes, on Tuesdays 8-10am and Thursdays 4-6pm.
Fidelma Guest, NHS Fife Food and Health Dietitian, said: "Since the Kingdom Weight Challenge began in 2011, over 800 people from around Fife have signed up to take part, losing almost 2.5 tonnes in the process.
"That's a significant amount of weight loss, and we look forward to supporting more people from across Fife in 2013 with their health and fitness goals.
"As well as shedding pounds, participants will be supported in becoming more active and have the opportunity to pick up a wide range of health and wellbeing advice throughout the programme."
Teams-of-four can sign up for the 2013 challenge online from 20 December.
The top teams and individuals also have the opportunity to win a selection of prizes from sponsors, including six-month leisure passes from Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, an overnight stay at Balbirnie House Hotel and a month pass for four people to Balgeddie House Hotel's leisure facilities.
For further information and to register your team online from 20 December visit www.kingdomweightchallenge.scot.nhs.uk
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