Theresa HughesFife Council, Development ServicesFloor 2 Kingdom HouseKingdom AvenueGlenrothesKY7 5LYTel: 08451 55 55 55Tel: Extension 47 18 13
Get behind the scenes of some fascinating buildings in East Fife this September.
Courtesy of National Trust for Scotland.
Sturdy fifteenth century tower house onthe saddle between Cupar and Ceres. Once home to the out-spoken Sir John Scott who penned an infamous tirade against a century of politicians in “Scott of Scotstarvit’s Staggering Statement of Scots Statesmen”.
Enjoy a part of Fife Coastal Path from either St Monans (0.75 mile) or Pittenweem (1.5 miles) to visit this late 18th century windmill and gain insight into its historical use. The restored windmill is the last remaining windmill in Fife. Great views of the Forth.
Image (c) www. scran.ac.uk
On A92, 2 miles south of Newport-on-Tay, 0.5 mile from A92 (turn east just after Forgan Village if heading south).
Note: steep path up to Chapel. Free leaflet. Guide on duty.
The Scottish Civic Trust: The Tobacco Merchants House, 42 Miller Street,Glasgow, G1 1DT
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