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.
Regretfully Abdie Curling Hut has had to withdraw from the event.
This has been a religious site for over 400 years, its 1794 clock tower providing a distinctive landmark. There was extensive remodeling of the main building in 1899 to accommodate the magnificent pipe organ. The Auld Kirk Charitable Trust is now developing an Arts and Heritage Centre here. The Surrounding graveyard contains many interesting slabs reflecting the history of Tayport and the employment of its inhabitents..
The third ecclesiastical structure on this ancient site, sacred since medieval times, Collessie Church stands at the heart of this picturesque village. Members of the congregation will welcome you throughout the afternoon. Also view inside the 1617 tomb for the Melville family.
Toilets available at village hall.
A real Fife gem! Your knowledgeable guide will interpret the nooks and crannies of this pretty vilalge. There has been a settlement nestled around its church at least as far back as 1243.
Guides will be available all day.
Image (c) Matthew Price.
During its 800 year life Crail Parish Church has been subject to many alterations all reflecting the history of the church and the Royal burgh around it. The kirkyard has been likened to Westminster Abbey for its famous burials.
Image (c) www.scran.ac.uk
Storyteller Sheila Kinnimonth will be capturing your attention with colourful tales of old Anstruther through the afternoon. Ground floor access only.
The Scottish Civic Trust: The Tobacco Merchants House, 42 Miller Street,Glasgow, G1 1DT
Tel: 0141 221 1466, Fax: 0141 248 6952,Email: email@example.com
The Scottish Civic Trust is a registered Scottish charity. Charity No. SC012569
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