Theresa HughesFife Council, Development PlanFloor 2 Kingdom HouseKingdom AvenueGlenrothesKY7 5LYTel: 03451555555 + 471813
Get behind the scenes of some fascinating buildings in East Fife & St Andrews this September.
Originally used for classes and examinations, the room was renamed 'Parliament Hall' after the Scottish Parliament sat here in 1645-1646 due
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11.00 - 12.00 Church Service
Enjoy this splendid collection showing how genealogy enriches your family history. Interesting artifacts and portraits illuminating ancestors back through the centuries; from Diana, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Robert the Bruce and beyond!
Originally an 18th century agricultural barn, used as the village wash house into the 20th century. Sensitively restored by architect Tom Morton into an art studio in 1995. Many quirky features and a beautiful display of fine pictish-inspired art.
Image (c) Marianna Lines www.stoneline.co.uk
From St Monans (0.75mile) or Pittenweem (1.5miles) take in our spectacular coastal path approaching this 18th century example of sustainable industrial engineering, the last remaining windmill in Fife, telling the story of the last era of salt production in Fife.
Steward on duty
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