Tartan support floods in

TACC launch with Cllr Ally Hunter and Lee Murray'Small Group, Left To Right'' ''Back Row,    Cllr Ally Hunter, Lee Murray'' Front Row  Brooke Noble, Sophie Murray, Timothy Brand,  Michelle Bruce,  Sophie Broadhurst,  Ali Johnstone,  Cerys Davidson
TACC launch with Cllr Ally Hunter and Lee Murray'Small Group, Left To Right'' ''Back Row, Cllr Ally Hunter, Lee Murray'' Front Row Brooke Noble, Sophie Murray, Timothy Brand, Michelle Bruce, Sophie Broadhurst, Ali Johnstone, Cerys Davidson

A WELL-KNOWN Levenmouth community group, promoting activity and healthy living, has scored some massive financial support.

East Fife Ladies Football Club is to benefit through the Tartan Army Children’s Charity (TACC) and award-winning pub and hotel chain Flood Inns. They’ve donated a £15,800 funding package for a young people’s grass-roots and community coaching programme. The local scheme will offer football and healthy food provision for boys and girls aged six to 16.

The sporting squad has grown from a membership of 15 women to a club with over 120 members, with teams at under 9s, U11s, U13s, U15s, U17s, and women.

TACC chair Ally Hunter said: “Being able to bring 
the TACC FC programme to Leven means a lot to me. East Fife Ladies have demonstrated a massive personal and club commitment to local young people as players and coaches and this investment in their future is well deserved”. Flood Inns managing director Lee Murray said his firm was committed to supporting the local community and the TACC FC scheme in Levenmouth was ideal.

Grateful East Fife Ladies head coach Liz Anderson said: “This will help us consolidate our work as a community club and grow the next generation of community coaches.”