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Forth & Tay Disabled Ramblers

Forth & Tay Disabled Ramblers is a user-led charity, established in August 2001. We are run by a Management Committee, the majority of whom are disabled people. Our membership is mainly based in the area bounded by the rivers Forth & Tay.

Image of Forth & Tay Ramblers out enjoying the great outdoorsThe group hires accessible transport, driven by trained volunteers, to take members to venues. Paths are checked and risk-assessed in advance to ensure access and safety.

Our annual programme includes day rambles to country parks, forests, canal tow paths, seaside promenades, national heritage sites and gardens.

Forth & Tay Disabled Ramblers aims to promote health and wellbeing through recreational and social activities by enabling people with disabilities to access the outdoors in a barrier-free environment. Many new friendships have emerged since the group began and these extend beyond the ramble programme

There are opportunities for personal enrichment and the development of new skills for carers, members and for those wanting to be part of the management committee.

Most of the rambles take part if Fife, a few each year are held in Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian and Midlothian

If you would like to join us and take part in our rambles you can print out a membership form and post it to us along with the appropriate fee (£10 for individual membership, £15 for joint membership) and we will reply as soon as possible.

For all other enquiries:

Forth & Tay Disabled Ramblers,
Aileen Davis
1 John Knox Gardens
Tel: Telephone logo 01333 320 864.
Or use the online contact form at www.forthandtaydisabledramblers.org.uk