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Workshops at Maker - WILDWOOD children's workshop

Saturday 10th December, 3.30pm – 5pm

WILD WOOD, children’s workshop – making a special gift 88 more words


Workshops at Maker - MAGIC SANTA DOOR children's workshop

Saturday 10th December, 2-3pm

MAGIC SANTA DOOR, children’s workshop

£10 per child, run by Mistywood Crafts, Inverkeithing

Description: Come along to a paint your own Santa or elf door! 63 more words


Eye Open Air - Dunfermline Firework

On the 5th of november The city of Dunfermline programmed a few music live acts and an amazing firework display around the theme of “Movie Soundtracks”. 8 more words

City And Architecture

Hurlet Limestone (326-331million years old), Kinghorn Beach

This limestone is found at the base of the Lower Limestone Formation, which was deposited in the Carboniferous (approx 300 to 360 million years ago). Most of the Lower Limestone Formation consists of sandstones, siltstones and mudstones, very similar to the underlying Pathhead Formation, which were deposited in a swamp/deltaic environment (not dissimilar to the modern day Mississippi delta). 95 more words


Delightful assistants star in glossy paperback

2016 brought many enjoyable outings for the delightful assistants.

Having fallen down on the job of recording these on her blog in recent months, their chauffeur has instead produced a glossy paperback relating some of their adventures. 230 more words


Autumn at Loch Leven, Scotland

This year I’ve found myself more excited by ‘autumn colours’ than ever before, which should tell you something: Scotland ‘does’ autumn incredibly well.

There can be few walks nicer than one beside a forested loch on a crisp autumn day: the air cold and pure, the ground crunchy underfoot and your vision filled with thousands of red and gold leaves, gleaming in the bright sunlight and reflecting in the water. 136 more words