Burntisland Fairground returns this summer! Situated on the links just yards from a Blue Flag beach, this traditional funfair provides all you need for a great family day out.
Bowhouse Market Weekends are a celebration of the best food and drink from Fife and beyond with a host of food and drink producers and the opportunity to try a great selection of street food.
The Makers Market at Falkland is hosting a Craft Fair in Letham Village Hall on Saturday 19th June!
Join the Drawing and Painting Studio online on Wednesday 16th June and enjoy some relaxing drawing and doodling!
Learn about mentoring on one of MCR Pathways online sessions and help a young person fulfil their true potential!
Get along to Cupar Farmers Market, offering a great range of produce, on the third Saturday of every month!
Learn about Shodo calligraphy using traditional materials such Japanese sumi ink and fude brushes on washi paper on this online course from Drawing and Painting Studio!
There are 26,000 Mackie's chocolate treats waiting to be claimed at 13 famous locations across Scotland on the 26th & 27th June including at Falkland Palace and Garden!
David Sullivan, from Surrey, is undertaking a mammoth ten-week charity challenge and will be arriving at Cowdenbeath Golf Club on Friday 25th June.
Families are invited to reconnect with the National Trust for Scotland properties they love, uncover clues as they explore and receive a delicious Mackie’s chocolate treat for their efforts.
Scots are being encouraged to take things at their own pace as restrictions ease, as research reveals almost half of adults who have met up with others have found it more overwhelming than expected.
Join the National Theatre of Scotland on a journey back to live theatre as it celebrates a programme of new tours, returning productions, a World Premiere and its ongoing digital programme.
Originally a small garden, St Andrews Botanic Garden now covers 18.5 acres and provides a wonderful space in which to relax and enjoy its beauty and atmosphere.
46 South Street is a renowned town garden in medieval long rig, with orchard underplanted with wildflowers and bulbs. It's an historic and unique feature in St Andrews!
Home-Start Kirkcaldy offers support, friendship and practical help to parents with young children in Kirkcaldy, Kinghorn, Burntisland and Cardenden.
The last golf course designed by Old Tom Morris in 1904, this attractive 18-hole layout features numerous tree-lined fairways, smooth putting surfaces, along with a traditional Scottish burn.
A fine Renaissance palace with an extensive formal garden and one of Britain’s oldest tennis courts