Latest Newsletters

Sun, 12th Sep 2021

Catch up with Fife Branch during February keep up to date with the comings and goings. Read about what all the clubs in the branch have been up to, zoom meetings, quizzes and much more. Our latest newsletter has just been included: Keeping us Together number 22 August 2021

News updates The YP Group is back with Face to Face Meetings

Wed, 1st Sep 2021

Fife Young Person Group is now meeting in person at Dunnikier Golf Club, Dunnikeir Road,Kirkcaldy at 1930hrs on the first Wednesday of each month.

Zoom meetings update

Wed, 4th Nov 2020

Fife Branch has been having regular zoom meetings since the face to face meetings were cancelled due to the pandemic they have been hugely successful and we have added two more to our weekly programme. The meetings help keep us together staving of loneliness and isolation, see your friends, test your brain on our Wednesday evening quiz nights, get creative with the camera club and enjoy a laugh at our get together meetings.

Complementary Therapy Scheme

Thu, 23rd Jul 2020

Circle of Comfort is a registered Scottish charity that offers complementary therapies to people in Fife who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis or Cancer. Clients are given the choice of massage and reflexology treatments, in their own home, by fully qualified therapists who are extremely knowledgeable about the condition of the person they are treating.

Zoom meetings

Thu, 26th Mar 2020

Up coming events and leaflet

Sat, 8th Feb 2020

A look forward to a full programme of events at Fife branch

Exercise and Parkinson’s

Tue, 4th Feb 2020

Exercise and Parkinson’s

How artwork can influence
 the effects of Parkinson`s disease

How artwork can influence
 the effects of Parkinson`s disease

Thu, 10th Oct 2019

on the 10th October 2019 1pm, at Dundee University, there will be an afternoon showcasing examples of projects, workshops and results with opportunities for hands-on experience. There will also be a session to discuss the impact of art on everyday life for PwP, with researchers, artists and workshop participants