The Fresh Air Festival will again be in Dunfermline’s Public Park on 25 May to welcome the summer and showcase outdoor fun. As well as enjoying the lovely open spaces, picnic spots and fantastic views of the park, festival goers can take part in American football, skateboarding, tennis, cycling, kick boxing, football, assault course, rugby, horse-riding, grass sledging, bouncy safari, assault course, archery, laser clay pigeon shooting, Segway rides, fire juggling, haggis hunting and fitness activities. There are also arts projects, classic cars, fire engines, balloon sculptures, birds of prey, magic, tai chi, nature displays, face painting, story-telling and a treasure hunt. All of this fresh air fun will take place to a live soundtrack of music from the Park’s traditional Victorian bandstand including traditional wind and pipe bands and the best of Dunfermline’s indy music scene.
The Public Park is easily reached on foot from Dunfermline’s town centre and the train station in conveniently situated right at the foot of the Festival site.