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Law’s Close – Kirkcaldy - keeping history and business alive

Fife has a rich and varied maritime heritage. An excellent example can be found in the harbour area of the burgh of Kirkcaldy where one of the best preserved 16th century townhouses is situated. 115 more words


Victoria Power Station, Kirkcaldy

As early as 1896, Professor Kennedy (of Messrs Kennedy and Jenkins) proposed a joint venture for both power and tramways in Kirkcaldy. In 1898 he was appointed as consultant engineer, by the newly formed Tramways and Electric Light Committee. 357 more words


The Wheatsheaf Inn, Kirkcaldy

A four minute walk along the high street east & then a dog leg to the south towards the seafront. Continuous classic rock music, friendly & interesting people & good craic even in early to latish afternoon. 29 more words

Have book, will travel...

This week I’ve had my sales hat on….books don’t sell themselves! This seems to be the least favourite part of the whole publishing process for most writers. 201 more words

Local poverty, national wealth: reflections from the annual SURF conference

The annual SURF conference took place in Edinburgh on the 1st September 2016. The theme for this year’s conference was Local poverty, national wealth: resourcing regeneration… 1,014 more words

Regeneration And Community Development

Dundee United v Raith Rovers (the bias preview)

The new lovers bounce. It’s been a swift transition from Ray McKinnon to Gary Locke, almost like the bounce back girlfriend or boyfriend.

With three wins from three games at the start of the Scottish Championship season, Raith Rovers head to Tannadice with a wave of momentum. 135 more words

Dundee United

A sea of blue: linseed

What a useful plant flax (Linum usitatissimum) is. In fact, Linnaeus (for it is he who named it, thus the name complete with the author, should be Linum usitatissimum L.) recognised the fact and ‘usitatissimum’ means ‘most useful’. 481 more words

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