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Scottish Physical Activity and Health Alliance is a network that engages a variety of people from different sectors and professions who are involved in the promotion of physical activity and health in Scotland. It helps to inform people, connect people with others and to aid policy development and implementation.


sportscotland is the national agency for sport in Scotland.  This section contains information about the organisation and its work to develop and support a world class sporting system at all levels.


Welcome to the East Fife Sports Council web-site.   We strive to be a progressive and forward thinking Sports Council and our aim is to see more people participating in sport and physical recreation and thereby enjoying its benefits.


Dunfermline and West Fife Sports Council, the second oldest in Scotland, was founded in 1967 and exists to represent member club/organisations and is one of the most progressive and active sports councils in Scotland with a membership of around 100 clubs representing over 30 different sports.


The Kirkcaldy & Central Fife Sports Council (Formerly Kirkcaldy Area Sports Council) was formed in 2006 to support and develop sustainable opportunities and build capacity for sports participation in the community.


Paths for All is a partnership of organisations committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks in Scotland.


In 2012 Disability Sport Fife (DSF) celebrated 35 years as the Fife lead body in disability sport for children, athletes and players of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning disability.

Fife Sports and Leisure Trust is the region’s leading provider of sports and leisure facilities offering unrivalled choice, quality and affordability. The Trust operates 13 facilities across Fife offering a range of swimming pools, well-equipped gyms laid out with the latest equipment the industry has to offer, sports halls and courts, aerobics studios, health suites and indoor and outdoor pitches.


Fife Cultural Trust provides creative, entertaining and learning experiences that enhance the quality of life, through our partnerships and in our Museums, Galleries, Libraries and Theatres.


We are an independent environmental charity committed to conserving and enhancing the biodiversity and landscape of the coast and countryside of the Kingdom of Fife.

We do this through careful management in a manner which respects the balance between people and nature. Our vision is to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to experience Fife’s coast and countryside; helping to improve their health and well-being and develop their understanding and respect for the natural environment.


This specialist trust, which also co-ordinates the council's wider golfing interests, is led by a Board of Directors made up of people who bring a wealth of golfing expertise and business knowledge, including representation from the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, St. Andrews Links Trust, Elmwood College and BTS Solutions.


Community Use Schools are at the heart of every community and offer fun, affordable classes and activities for all ages. From guitar lessons to fitness and cookery classes or vocational courses, there’s something to suit everyone.

Whether you are a pupil, parent, member of school or club staff you’ll find all you need to know about school sport in Fife here. Details about competitions, fixtures and results as well as reports on many events and matches can be found here the home of competitive school sport in Fife.


The Outdoor Education team is based at a small Outdoor Centre within Lochore Meadows Country Park. Watersports, mountain biking and other activities take place in and around the park but we also take advantage of Fife’s great countryside by getting out and about along the local coastline and in the hills and forests.


NHS Fife is working to improve health services with the involvement and support of the public and our partners in other NHS Boards, Fife Council and voluntary agencies.


The Scottish FA exists to promote, foster and develop the game at all levels in this country.


Scottish Rugby is the governing body for rugby union in Scotland. Our role is to do whatever it takes in order to grow the game and help it flourish in a manner that fits our values. In 2012 we outlined our key aims and how we intend to Inspire Scotland through Rugby.


We are the national governing body for swimming in Scotland.

Scottish Swimming represents our clubs, swim schools, aquatic disciplines, athletes, coaches and thousands of talented and committed volunteers across the entire swimmer pathway.


Scottish Cycling is the internationally recognised governing body for cycle sport in Scotland.  It is affiliated to British Cycling. 

Together the organisations cover all six cycling disciplines including BMX, cycle speedway, cyclo-cross, mountain biking, road and track.

Nordic Walking classes with Judith Frame in Kinghorn and Kirkcaldy.  Learn to programmes also availabe.


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