FREE summer activities for families across Fife

Active Families

Family holidays this summer are going to feel very different. To help parents plan, a new Active Families Outdoor Programme will be available from Monday 6 July.

Families across Fife can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, making it easy to find something to do close to home.  And the best thing is, they're all FREE!

The following activities will be available and people can book one hour sessions - Monday to Friday from 10am – 4pm. These can be booked online at www.fife.gov.uk/activefamilies

  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Bowls
  • Volleyball
  • Archery
  • Orienteering
  • Boccia
  • Sports Fitness Circuit
  • Cycling

Activities are available on a rotational basis – some will change each week at each location, giving everyone the chance to try something new!

  • South West Fife - Inverkeithing High School / Oakley Community Centre
  • Dunfermline - Dunfermline High School
  • Cowdenbeath - Lochore Meadows
  • Glenrothes - Lomond Centre
  • Kirkcaldy - Windmill Community Campus
  • Levenmouth - Levenmouth Academy
  • North East Fife - Waid Community Campus

Paul Vaughan, Head of Communities and Neighbourhooods said: “We want to encourage everyone to become more active and enjoy physical activity, sport and leisure.  The active families programme, along with Fife Cycle Park will allow this to happen in a fun and safe environment, using some of our green space across Fife.”

"We encourage families to take part in these activities and look forward to welcoming them back to our outdoor spaces, but we’d also like to remind everyone to continue observing physical distancing, regular hand washing, and use a common sense approach.”

Fife Cycle Park will also re-open from 15th July.  To help support families during the summer, activities at the Park will be FREE during the school holidays.  More details on how to book activities will be available soon.

More details on the active families outdoor programme and how to book can be found here.

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