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  • LinkLiving - Sporting Chance - Wellbeing programme for 16-24 year olds

    Created: 05/02/2022, Updated: 14/02/2022

    LinkLiving are recruiting for an exciting opportunity for 16–24-year-olds living in Fife.  Sporting Chance is an 8-week active wellbeing programme that combines physical activity with the personal development needs of young people.

    Starting on 28 Feburary 2022 and running every Monday and Tuesday at 10:00 - 3:00pm for 8 weeks, the programme will include specialist support from LinkLiving in the morning, where young people will participate in a range of wellbeing workshops and group discussions. 

    Raith Rovers Community Foundation will lead in the afternoon sessions, focusing on learning new skills and being effective leaders whilst increasing confidence and improving stamina. There is also the opportunity to participate in coaching badges. 

    More information is available in this leaflet.  A referral form can be downloaded from this link (word .docx). 

    If you are working with anyone who would benefit from taking part and would like to discuss the course further with a member of the training team, contact Catherine Sim: [email protected].

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