Bums off Seats delivers a programme of short volunteer led health walks in towns across Fife every week, from Rosyth to Cupar.
Bums off Seats is managed by Fife Council. The aim of the health walk programme is to encourage people to start walking regularly in their local area, especially the less active members of Fife's population.
Walking is a great way to get active and with the help of a huge team of fantastic volunteers, Bums off Seats offer a wide range of welcoming walks and everyone is encouraged to get involved. Bums off Seats Walk Leader team includes Dementia Friendly Walk Leaders and Macmillan Friendly Walk Leaders and they happily welcome people with long term conditions. Most walks are suitable for walking with wheels and motorised scouters and you can get in touch for advice about which walks would suit you best.
Whether you would like to start walking more for pleasure or for exercise, to discover walks in your local area or to have some company, Bums off Seats are always looking for new people to join in their fun and sociable walks.
The programme also offers support with strength and balance exercises to promote active and independent living for all ages and has even linked with Fifeï¿½s Libraries where you can go for a short walk then relax with your fellow walkers over a cup of tea and a chat about books.