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WelcomeWelcome to the website for Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters` Club (DADSC). Here you can find out information about DADSC and our work, some of our achievements to date and our ambitions for the future.

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Onwards and Upwards

DADSC is raising money for building work to allow wheelchair users, and those with mobility problems, to enjoy the facilities of the 1st Floor Function suites at EEP. We started in March 2016, with a target of £55,000 - you can follow our progress on the thermometer.

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Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters` Club
East End Park
Halbeath Road
Dunfermline
KY12 7RB


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Frank Walks the West Highland Way

Frank Walks the West Highland WayBetween November 3- 7, long time Pars fan Frank Smart, accompanied by his stepson Clark, walked the 96 miles miles of the West Highland Way, raising (so far) £230 + Gift Aid for DADSC. This was a magnificent effort and is very much appreciated by DADSC

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Davie Young (1930-2021)

Davie Young (1930-2021)At DADSC we were sad to hear of the death of Davie Young, just short of his 91st birthday.

Davie was a Pars fan since childhood, and in his later years as a wheelchair user he was a regular on the viewing platform at East End Park – he appreciated the company of the Match Buddies and was always cheery, no matter the result on the pitch! His nephew Wullie Oliphant is part of the DAFC Schools Engagement Team.

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Pushing the Boat Out

Pushing the Boat OutFor a short period, DADSC was the owner of a Shetland 535 motor boat (with outboard motor & trailer), generously donated by one of our members - see the picture above.
We sold the boat to raise funds for improving accessibility at EEP, and it raised a magnificent £1000, which will be uplifted by 25% through the Government`s Gift Aid scheme.

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