The Kirkcaldy Explorer Challenge has begun!
We have now launched our Kirkcaldy Explorer Challenge to I Bike schools in the town. This is going to run along side The Kirkcaldy Challenge throughout the whole of May.
Throughout the month, whenever you visit one of the attractions on the card, travelling there by walking, cycling, scooting or public transport, children can collect a stamp on their Explorer Challenge postcard. The aim is to collect as many stamps as possible (with a maximum of 6) and return the card to your primary school or directly to us at our Challenge event in Beveridge Park on May 31st. 1 stamp or 6, we still ask that children return their poscards to be entered into a prize draw to win a fabulous prize. Just think of it like a raffle, the more stamps collected, the better the chance of wnning a prize.
For further information please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a list of places you can visit by cycling, walking, scooting or public transport to get your stamp:
Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy Library, Museum, Art Gallery and Visitor Centre, Harbourmasters House, Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre, Beacon Leisure Centre, Templehall Library, Templehall Community Centre, Kirkcaldy YMCA, Dunnikier Golf Club, Spokes Cycles, Fife Ice Arena, Middleden Mountain Bike Club (stamps can be found in the box beside the noticeboard opposite Kirkcaldy High School), Kirkcaldy Bus Station, Cluny Clays, Beveridge Park, Ravenscraig Park (to collect stamps from the parks visit the attendents at the toilet blocks).
If you see any of the Make your move Kirkcaldy team out and about, at events and stands we can give you a stamp too.
Also come along to our big celebration event on 31st May at Beveridge Park. You can get a stamp and celebrate your achievements by joining in our family fun day!