Cambo Heritage Trust (formerly Cambo Institute) was established in 1998 to promote horticulture, education, arts and heritage at Cambo Estate.
We are a charity registered in Scotland SC028131 run by an active board of trustees and supported by volunteers and paid staff.
Over the last three years Cambo Heritage Trust has engaged with over 2500 children, 500 young people, 3000 adults and 1000 supported adults through our learning & engagement programmes.
We have facilitated over 5500 days of volunteering or a range of horticultural, environmental and traditional skills projects.
We work with groups and organisations including:
Crafty Bairns group, St Andrews University Canoe Club, Kingsbarns Community Council, Kirkcaldy Probus.
Falkland Centre for Stewardship, The Ecology Centre Kinghorn, New Caledonian Woodlands, RHS, MacRobert Trust, Trellis, Fife Coast and Countryside Trust, Forestry Commission, Central Scotland Dry Stone Walling Association, Doors Open Fife, Transition St Andrews, St Andrews Botanic Garden, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
FACTS, Fife young carers, Fife Gingerbread, Teen Parent Support Group, Bi-lingual Families Fife, Homestart, Mellow Parenting Project, Family Learning Roadshow Team, Fife Council Rising Stars project, Sam H.
Warm Hearts Yoga, Fife Contemporary, St Andrews Voices, East Neuk Open Studios, Tayside Youth Arts, Printroom Dundee.
Madras College, Waid Academy, Bellbaxter High School, Flexi-Friday Fife, Largo Ward Primary School, Anstruther Nursery, Kingsbarns Primary School, Pittenweem Nursery School, Rainbow Nursery St Andrews, Crail Nursery School, St Leonards Primary School, Aberhill Primary School, Wilderways Home Education Group, East Neuk Active Schools, Canongate Nursery School, local Job Clubs – First Steps Programme, Accessible Fife.
The Inclusion Group, Rymonth House, Options in Life, Fife Council.
Phoenix Futures, Green Buds Dundee, YMCA.