Vegan food rides into town on the Caravan of Courage Vegan fast food is riding into the crazy golf course at Fife Leisure Park this weekend. The wonderfully-named Caravan of Courage will be at Adventure Golf Island from Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 February. From 12 noon until 6pm vegan fast food will include vegan burgers, falafel and flatbreads.
If you’re looking to break up lockdown walks with a takeway then The Cheesy Toast Shack is open for business at East Sands, St Andrews. If you’re on a beach and it looks like a scene from Chariots of Fire then you’re on the wrong beach. Get your coordinates right and you’re also closer to Janetta’s ice cream for dessert. Open 10am until 4pm at weekends and 10am until 2pm
Broken toys, battered household items and other detritus of life are given new life in Alastair Dickson’s work, on show at Fire Station Creative this month. Dickson, brother of Barbara, studied at Edinburgh College of Art and is now a sculptor based in Gibraltar Point near Toronto. FSC Curator Ian Moir said, in opening the Uncommon Blockhead exhibition, that he had wanted to bring Dickson’s ‘playful and inventive art’ to
Don’t know if Jonathan Adler has ever been to Saline but the influence of the American designer can certainly be seen in The Maine House, a very glam period house that has previously featured in 25 Beautiful Homes magazine and is now available to rent in the Fife village. The completely renovated house has four bedrooms, one with double rain shower, and a formal lounge with marble fireplace. There’s a
Bowhouse Food Weekend, St Monans is this Saturday and Sunday, 23 and 24 September. Free to attend, the two-day event will showcase the produce that the harvest season brings in the East Neuk. Hosted in a beautifully restored barn, the market will also host regular tastings, talks and demonstrations from chefs and producers. Children’s activities, as well as information on local walks, and a chance to see a selection of the
The inaugural Outwith Festival is now underway. Launched this morning at Fire Station Creative with a well attended event for Dunfermline BIDS members and other stakeholders, the festival is already attracting extensive media coverage and tickets for all festival events are selling fast. Here’s what is on today: Tickets and more information here.
Andrew Gerald Redman, who lives in Aberdour, is unveiling a cheering, pop art style exhibition at Dunfermline’s FSC this week. Having moved house once a year for the last twenty years, it seems Redman’s nomadic lifestyle has been the inspiration for the work: ‘Packing and unpacking boxes seems to have become quite a thing,’ says Andrew. As befits a serial mover, Andrew trained at several art colleges including Chesterfield College of Art,
Catherine Lindow, creator of charming and lyrical illustrations such as the one of the new Dunfermline museum below, will be making the most of a nice rhyme and sitting in a window in Inverkeithing this Saturday, drawing. ‘Lindow in the Window’ will take place from 13 until 17 June at Maker. As well as drawing what she can see from her window perch, Catherine is hoping people will come along
The recently revived 2017 National Pilgrimage to Dunfermline in honour of St Margaret of Scotland will take place this year on Sunday 11 June with the procession leaving from the Glen Gates at 2pm. The procession, led by His Grace Archbishop Cushley and the Dunfermline Pipe Band, will process via Bridge Street, High Street and East Port to St Margaret’s RC Church for Mass at 3pm. The Mass will be concelebrated
This evening at the Old Inn in Dunfermline, author Daniel Gray will be reading from his latest book Saturday at 3pm. Edinburgh-based Gray’s books, often football inspired, are hugely popular with this latest offering being described in The Telegraph as a ‘delightfully written little book…a counterpoint to feeling jaded about football in the modern age’ and When Saturday Comes saying, ‘each chapter is a precision tooled delight.’ The evening starts