KIDS aged between 10 and 17 with physical or sensory impairments can enjoy two days of sporting fun at Lochore Meadows.

Disability Sport Fife (DSF) and Scottish Disability Sport are working with Fife Council and MRM Archery to deliver quality physical activities on Thursday 12 and Friday August 13.

Talented athlete Christina Murray was the first young Fifer to sign up and more registrations are starting to filter through.

DSF chairman Richard Brickley said: "We are of course looking for others and maybe even from individuals who are not currently members of DSF or even live outside Fife.

"I can assure you that two days of fun on land and water are arranged for you courtesy of the outdoor education team at Lochore Meadows and the MRM archery coaches.

"Registrations are invited from participants aged 10 to 17 with physical or sensory impairments (visual or hearing).

"The programme will include paddle sports – canoeing and paddle boarding – cycling and adapted cycling plus an introduction to archery outdoors.

"Activities on offer will suit participants of all abilities. Registrations will close soon so do not delay in booking your place."

He added: "There will be lots of water-based activities to suit all abilities plus access to the Meadows-wide variety of adapted bikes.

"Archery coaching will be available throughout August 12 only."

To register use Scottish Disability Sport Summer Camp link: