Maria Duncan and friend Bee Henderson, who are both tenants at Bield’s Inchkeith Court retirement housing development in Glenrothes, joined three others from the ‘Rambling Roses (and a Thorn)’ group to take part in an eight-hour sponsored ramble around Loch Leven.
The group raised more than £1400 for the Lundin Links-based charity, Homelands Trust-Fife.
Maria, who has lived at Inchkeith Court since 2012, said: “The money is being used to help purchase specialist disability equipment for the Trust’s new, luxury self-catering holiday cottages and drop-in centre in Lundin Links.
“The buildings are specifically designed and equipped to meet the needs of people with a range of disabilities and long-term health conditions. The facilities are fantastic. I have used them on a number of occasions and this is why I decided to fundraise for them.
“I want to make people with disabilities aware of what is available for them, and I love getting involved in activities such as this.”