Bums off Seats is a Fife Walking Initiative. We provide free local health walking opportunities in Fife and all walks are led by a trained team of Volunteer Walk Leaders. A health walk is a free, short, local walk and is suitable for most people, even if you have a long term health condition such as Dementia or Cancer.
This is a Fife Council funded project with support from Active Fife and Paths for All.
If you have any other queries please contact us using the details below.
Vivienne McNiven, Bums Off Seats Project Officer
Tel: 01592 583343
By Post: Rothesay House Rothesay Place Glenrothes Fife KY7 5PQ
Enjoy fresh air whenever possible
Although we can exercise at home, it is also important to get outside. We are allowed to take a walk, run or cycle alone or with members of your household once a day so make the most of it. We are lucky in Fife as few of us cannot walk to a green space from our front door (just remember social distancing rules).
If you would like a walking challenge why not try Active Fife’s annual walk every day in May? This was to celebrate the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo but it is still relevant as they have just been moved to 2021! This challenge can be done walking round your garden, house or local area using a pedometer, step counter or a measured distance. Mark off the footsteps as you go on the map provided.
Just print off the map and follow the instructions, happy Walking!