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East Fife Sports Council

We cover the wards of Tay Bridgehead, St Andrews, East Neuk & Landward (incl Lundin Links), Cupar, Ceres & Springfield and Howe of Fife & Taycoast

Welcome to the East Fife Sports Council website. 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.

We provide advice and assistance with the development of all sports, competitions and other events as considered desirable. We also assist in the formation of sports clubs where none exist, or where existing clubs are unable to fulfil current needs.

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NPLQ LIFEGUARDING COURSE - 16YO+
When: 11th – 15th October
Where: Cupar Sports Centre, 8am-5pm
Sign up: at Cupar Sports Centre or telephone reception (no online booking); or email cuparsc@fifeleisure.org.uk
Cost: £260.00

A good qualification for teenagers 16yo+ who are competent swimmers, which can lead to flexible employment opportunities.
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NPLQ LIFEGUARDING COURSE - 16YO+
When: 11th – 15th October 
Where: Cupar Sports Centre, 8am-5pm
Sign up: at Cupar Sports Centre or telephone reception (no online booking); or email cuparsc@fifeleisure.org.uk
Cost: £260.00

A good qualification for teenagers 16yo+ who are competent swimmers, which can lead to flexible employment opportunities.

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New Chair of Disability Sport Fife (SCIO) takes up post on October 1st

Disability Sport Fife (SCIO) identifies the Paralympic Games as an end of a quadrennium and the start of a new planning cycle. The Games in Tokyo were delayed by one year and Disability Sport Fife (SCIO) delayed the introduction of major changes to coincide with the launch of the new Scottish Disability Sport Strategic plan and the Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The three Team GB Paralympians and Performance Manager for GB Boccia with links to Fife raised the Fife profile locally and nationally and we congratulate them on their achievements in Japan.

At the recent Annual General Meeting of Disability Sport Fife (SCIO) it was announced that I would be standing down as Chairman of Disability Sport Fife (SCIO) to be replaced on October 1st by the new Chair Pamela Robson. Pamela has been a DSF Trustee since DSF became a SCIO three years ago and has been involved with the Association as a coach for the past ten years. Pamela was the DSF "champion" when she worked as a teacher at Balwearie High School and her involvement continued when she was appointed Para athletics lead with Scottish Athletics.

Parent David Brown has been going through the DSF Trustee induction process and will join the Board officially at the Board meeting on September 13th. David is also a DSF athletics coach and has been working as a volunteer for many years with DSF members at Pitreavie Athletics Centre and Michael Woods Sports & Leisure Centre. David will take over from me as the DSF Lead Officer for safeguarding on October 1st.

Paul Noble MBE will continue as a DSF Trustee and Treasurer and he will be joined on the Board by Trustees by Maureen McSeveney and Carolyn Clunie. There will be a further post on my decision to "stand down" in due course but for the moment let's celebrate Fife athlete/coach participation in the Games in Tokyo and welcome Pamela on board as the new DSF (SCIO) Chair.

Richard Brickley OBE MBE Chairman DSF (SCIO) Board of Charity Trustees
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