Groups wanted for Kirkcaldy Walking Festival!

Posted on 19th April 2018 by Jackie Arreaza

People walking under treesAre you part of a group or organisation that would like to take part in the first ever Kirkcaldy Walking Festival (14th – 22nd July 2018)?

We are looking to bring together groups and organisations from around Kirkcaldy to run a variety of walks to encourage people to walk in their local community, get active and bring people together to enjoy different aspects of Kirkcaldy and Dysart.

We welcome all kinds of walks, from themed walks, such as nature or historical walks, to family orientated rock-pooling walks or just gentle walks exploring the local area. The only limit is your imagination! As the festival will be held in the school holidays, we are hoping there will be lots of walks that are suitable for children.

The idea of the festival is to get people out walking locally, therefore we ask that all walks start and end in Kirkcaldy or Dysart, are free, and are open to the public.

We are looking for groups from across the town to organise and handle bookings for their own walks as part of the festival. We will coordinate a programme and widespread publicity  – this could be a great chance for your group to engage with the local community and to reach a new audience.

If you are interested in organising a walk, please complete the form below and email it to Festival Organiser, Susan at by Friday 20th of April.

Kirkcaldy Walking Festival – Walk Entry Form 2018 (Word document)

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