The Fife Coast and Countryside Trust is encouraging everyone to enjoy the outdoors this Autumn.

October’s Access All Areas Festival has been hosting many great events for those with an adventurous spirit.

On Wednesday 18th October the festival arrives at Kirkcaldy’s wonderful Beveridge Park with two events that are sure to please children, the young at heart and Fife’s dog owners.

Cracking Conkers

This wonder filled event, which kicks off at 2pm, is being hosted by the Trust’s very own Ranger Cara and aims to help people of all ages to enjoy the autumn months to the full.

This free one hour long family friendly walk through the park will allow walkers to learn more about the trees that live in the park and forage for acorns and conkers before the the lively resident squirrels snaffle them away to add to their winter feast!

The event is open to people of all ages but the organisers would like to remind that children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. To learn more about this events and find out about how you can book your place please visit the booking page.

Paws in the Park

The second event being held in Beveridge Park is one for the dog lover. The team from Leven Dog Training join the Trust’s own Ranger Deirdre for a 2 hour session that aims to help dogs and their owners get the most from their outdoors adventures. The session includes a rally obedience course and plenty of dog access advice.

Ranger Deirdre and Rhum will at close at hand to offer advice and answer any questions that dog owners may have about walking in the countryside with their hairy best friends. Each participant will receive a free doggy bag. This free event is open to all dog owners and dogs so please drop by between 1pm and 3pm to enjoy a fantastic time in the park.

After you are enjoy these great events why not walk one of the routes shared with Walk Fife. You can find a very enjoyable route that takes you and your four legged pal around the park in a very pleasant circular walk –

The Fife Coast and Countryside Trust’s Access All Areas Festival is offering a wide ranges of different activities throughout the month of October and you can find out more by visiting –

An outdoors festival that is not to be missed!

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