Chrissie and Tom

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Fife Council’s healthy walking initiative, ‘Bums off Seats’ gave two of their committed walkers a commemorative gift to mark them making their 400th walk. The gifts were presented by Bridget Kerwin, Development Officer with Paths to Health.

Chrissie Proudfoot from Cowdenbeath joined the project in February 2003 and mainly attends the Dunfermline walks.  Chrissie, who has recently trained as a Walk Leader was the first to reach the 400th walk mark and to date has done 409 walks.  Tom McClosky from Rosyth joined the project in June 2003 and walks in both Rosyth and Dunfermline.  Tom has now done 404 walks.

Leaflets with dates and times of walks are available, or if you would like to become a Volunteer Walk Leader contact the Bums off Seats office, tel. (01592) 414316.

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The photograph shows Bridget Kerwin presenting Chrissie Proudfoot and Tom McClosky for their 400th walk achievement.

 

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