Raith Rovers host community classes for adults and kids
Raith Rovers Community Foundation are to launch ‘Time to Tackle’, a programme designed for adults to socially engage and stay physically active.
The project will see a weekly opportunity for adults to come together with one another as well as participate in an hour of football at Stark’s Park.
Sessions will be led by Time to Tackle founders Aaron and Siobhan Connolly and are completely free to all those attending.
Community Foundation Manager, Paul Greig commented, “We are delighted to finally get this opportunity off the ground with Aaron and Siobhan.
"Time to Tackle already works with several clubs across the country and the impact they are having on the lives of their participants has been incredible.
"We can’t wait to have the programme run here at Stark’s Park.
"The challenges of the pandemic have put added stress and strain on many of us and this programme is designed to support individuals, provide an opportunity to meet new people as well as stay physically active.”
Sessions will take place at Stark’s Park from 8pm – 10pm every Monday starting on May 24 and are open to everyone aged 16 years and over.
If you are interested in joining the programme should email [email protected]
With adults catered for, the Foundation are also set to run a football school for kids.
‘Holiday Heroes’ a six hour camp between 9am-6pm will take place on Monday, June 7.
The day is open to both boys and girls between the ages of 6-12 years.
To book go to www.raith-rovers-community-foundation.class4kids.co.uk.