Come and join us for a day of free family drop-in activities and information held at Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, to celebrate the launch of the Wanderings & Windings cycling and walking trails. Activities will include the Traditional Building Doctor, Guided walks around the Glen, rides in Cycling Without Age's trishaw, and art activities, as well as a chance to find out more about local walking, cycling and community groups.
Inner Forth Futures has received a National Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £47,000 for an exciting heritage project, called Wanderings and Windings. Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, the project will enable the creation of eight heritage trails around Stirling, Falkirk, Fife and Clackmannanshire, encouraging people to explore the wildlife and history of this unique landscape at the heart of Scotland.
The project has worked closely with local communities around the Inner Forth to develop a suite of nine, day-long, waymarked and promoted walks and cycles. Using existing paths and tracks to encourage local people and visitors to the area to explore the landscape and discover some of the many hidden gems to be found around the Inner Forth. These include nature hotspots, historic buildings, riverside views, cultural landmarks or simply places to escape from the bustle of urban life.
We are delighted to be joined by Scottish Lime Centre Trust, Cycling Without Age, Sustrans Scotland, Friends of Pittencrieff Park, West Fife Woodlands, RSPB Scotland and Hannah Ayre : Arts Education.