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Scotland - Fife Coastal Path stage 2

A dander along the Fife coast from Burntisland at low tide 9.15am to East Wemyss at high tide 3.45pm. Twelth Night – 6th January 2018. 3,091 more words


Restaurant plans in Kirkcaldy town centre halted

Plans for a new Kirkcaldy restaurant to replace a popular café have been halted due to a ‘lack of business’ on High Street.

The Cake Corner Patisserie has been closed for several weeks due to a licensing application from the owners who intended on reopening the venue as a restaurant. 288 more words


#photochallenge day 11 - Bricks

Lovely walk today in beautiful weather from Kirkcaldy along the Fife coastal pathway with lots of landscape and wildlife photos with boats, seals, herons and cormorants. 46 more words

On breakthroughs and more bricks: Alexander Cruden's war

As I child I remember being told that my mother’s maternal grandfather, Alexander Cruden (1890-1970), had served in WWI and had a leg amputated. I’m not sure if I was also told he’d served in France, or if I just assumed that to be the case. 1,105 more words

Genealogy And Family History

Seafield Tower

To the south of Seafield Tower, which is a sixteenth century castle ruin built of local red sandstone, is a highly fossiliferous section of Carboniferous Limestone. 770 more words


Equality News Update: Campaign to highlight human trafficking in Kirkcaldy

Car drivers in Kirkcaldy have been asked to play their part in tackling the brutality of people trafficking. 226 more words