Top award for Woodlands group
West Fife Woodlands based at Shiresmill near Blairhall was presented with the “Community Path Group of the Year” award at the “The Surgeon’s Halls” in Edinburgh.
This award was made at the Paths for All 2016 Volunteer Awards Ceremony which was attended by Minister for Public Health and Sport, Aileen Campbell MSP.
West Fife Woodlands was commended for developing and maintaining a network of paths in 112 acres of woodland with 1,600 volunteer hours expended during the last year.
West Fife Woodlands chairman Stan Welch on behalf of the group said “We are delighted that our work and expertise has been recognised and rewarded by Paths for All and the wider community”.
* West Fife Woodlands is a community group that was created 10 years ago to restore, revive and protect the woodland areas around West Fife.
For information about West Fife Woodlands, visit their Facebook page at West Fife Woodlands, or contact John Rogers, email@example.com
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Paths for All is a Scottish Charity and is the champion of everyday walking in Scotland. We want to create a happier, healthier Scotland, where increased physical activity improves quality of life and wellbeing for all. Paths for All promote Walking for Health activities, including volunteer led Health Walks, in communities and workplaces to get Scotland more active.