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Key Funding and Support Partners DSF has many key funding partners whose support has been critical to our success.In particular; • Spirit of 2012 (GOGA in Fife) • Scottish Disability Sport • Order of St John in Fife • the Association of Fife Rotary Clubs • Margaret Pullar (Bill Pullar Bursary) • the Russell Hogg Trust • the Scottish FA • Kilrymont St Andrews Rotary Club We also have strong links with Fife schools and the Active Schools Network.Disability Sport Fife and parent body Scottish Disability Sport organise a series of workshops / courses in Fife throughout the year in addition to those provided by Active Fife and SDS nationally.Please note sometimes there is a restriction on who can attend but in most instances they are open to all interested parties. We hope this is a place where you will find lots of useful information and will keep you updated with all the latest news and events. We received our name from Miss Paxton who opened the original nursery, situated in Lower Methil, in 1934.The present nursery was opened in 1960 and was the first purpose built nursery in Fife.If you are looking for results from years previous please contact the DSF office. Disability Sport Fife has supported over 20 members to become GB Summer or Winter Paralympians since 1977.

DSF is a branch of Scottish Disability Sport with a charity registration number of (SC 020994) Disability Sport Fife and parent body Scottish Disability Sport organise a series of workshops / courses in Fife throughout the year in addition to those provided by Active Fife and SDS nationally. Within this section you’ll find links to download the most recent results from competitions and events.Hall of Fame and AGM DSF established a Hall of Fame to recognise performance athletes who have achieved significant success in international disability sport.The DSF Annual General Meeting and Awards Evening is now a significant occasion in the Fife Sporting Year with almost 100 attendees.Key Impact Areas • Increasing and sustaining weekly sports sessions - engagement and participation • Identifying, inspiring, supporting and retaining members of all levels of ability - engagement and participation • Providing quality education, coaching and volunteering opportunities - learning • Supporting performance Para athletes to realise their ambitions through sport - performance • Accessing different communication platforms to inform, engage and celebrate - communication • Promoting strong governance principles - governance • Using the principles of Get Out Get Active in Fife, supported by Spirit of 2012, to encourage inactive people to be active as often as possible - active recreation Success on the International Stage DSF athlete members have been successful in European Championships, World Championships and Paralympic Games all over the world.Since 1977 we have supported 25 DSF members to become GB Paralympians.