chas proud part

Sportive Kinross is proud to support Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) is a charity that provides the only hospice services in Scotland for children and young people with life-shortening conditions.
CHAS offers care in two children's hospices, Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch. The hospices support the whole family by offering short planned breaks, emergency support, end of life care and a range of bereavement services.
CHAS also provides a home care service, called CHAS at Home, staffed from both hospices and with dedicated teams in the North of Scotland. The service offers care to families in their own homes when they need it most.
CHAS supports over 250 families, as well as a significant number of families who receive bereavement support. The services are funded mainly through the generosity of the many supporters who help raise over £7 million needed each year to provide these vital hospice services.
Part of your entry fee will go to CHAS to help them continue their important work.

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A range of nursing facilities

We have 6 specialist units, staffed by registered nurses, nurse assistants and experienced care staff who ensure the safety and well-being of our residents. 

We are registered to provide care to adults aged 21 and upwards, with a range of physical and emotional health needs, including CVA, acquired brain injury, Huntington’s, MS and learning difficulties, to name a few. We also have a general nursing unit, and a specialist dementia unit. 

A friendly, comfortable home

At Bandrum Nursing Home, we've got a great range of facilities, comfortable accommodation, nutritious menu and a daily activity programme. We want our residents and their visitors to feel at home here, and we create a fantastic warm atmosphere that helps make that possible. Visitors are always welcome, and we've even got a free bus from Dunfermline seven days a week to help you 



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We are very grateful to have Raynet on board to provide communications between our HQ at Loch Leven Community Campus and various out stations around the 3 routes. Without their dedicated team of volunteers it would make the management of our event much harder.
RAYNET was formed in 1953 following the severe East coast flooding, to provide a way of organising the valuable resource that Amateur Radio is able to provide to the community.
Since then, it has grown into a very active organisation with around 2000 members, providing communication assistance on many hundreds of events each year.
Amateur Radio operators have access to a wide range of radio bands, operating modes and equipment which allows RAYNET to offer a unique range of emergency communication services to our user services. Coupled with our members endless resourcefulness, RAYNET is regarded as a professional support organisation by both the statutory and volunteer emergency service organisations.