Forth Valley Flyers video; Club jobs at Dunfermline and Harmeny

Thursday 18th August 2022

Spikes on track

Changing Lives programme – sportscotland website

scottishathletics continue to champion inclusive practice within the sport and are striving to embed the changing lives mindset across all aspects of the organisation.

Our internal #OnTheRightTrack programme has continued into 2022 by providing opportunities for clubs to connect, receive support and develop innovative solutions to equality challenges faced across the sporting community.

This year we were proud to launch the #OnTheRightTrack small grants scheme which clubs can apply for to support on-going ‘Changing Lives’ work within athletics communities across Scotland.

Forth Valley Flyers, a thriving club for individuals with a physical, learning or sensory disability received an award of £200 and used this to commission a professional video to further promote the inclusive nature of their club.

Current club members Abby Cook and David Dent share their first experiences of coming along to the club and the warm welcome they received, while also highlighting the range of activities available for individuals with additional needs.

Forth Valley Flyers club website

With thanks to Cara Shearer



Dunfermline Track and Field club vacancy

The development work at our clubs never stops.

And there is now a part-time job vacancy at Dunfermline Track and Field Club in Fife.

The Dunfermline club are looking for a Club Together Officer with applications open until Friday 2 September.

Salary: £7353 (14 hours per week), 29-month contract

Find out more detail on our ‘Jobs in Athletics’ section.


Community and Club Coach at Harmeny AC

Contract Length: 3½ year contract

Hours: 6 hours per week (with opportunity to extend these hours)

Salary: £3,100 per annum for 6 hours per week

View more details about the vacancy

Harmeny AC, scottishathletics Impact Club of the Year 2019 and 2021, now boast a membership of over 500 members – with both adults and juniors.

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Harmeny AC for a Community and Club Athletics Coach as part of the scottishathletics Club Together programme.

Club Together is a fundamental project within Scotland’s National Strategy for athletics, Building a Culture of Success, placing a key focus on supporting the development of athletics clubs in the country. The role will have a significant impact in the further growth at Harmeny AC.


Tags: Dunfermline Track and Field club, Forth Valley Flyers, Harmeny AC

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