Getting Ready for Games Day (Monday)

The chestnut pale fencing is in place around the area for the world’s second oldest Highland Games.

Games (or Market) Day is undoubtedly the annual day when the greatest number of people descend on the town.

Fewer than times in the past when bus loads of people from Fife and Lothian mining villages (and many other places) arrived for a fun day out.

There’s a full set of shows on site, with more stalls expected on the day.

Extra catering is organised –


Poster in the Co-op

Enjoy!

https://burntislandhighlandgames.co.uk

Photos from last year.

Arts & Crafts Come to Burntisland High Street

A new business opened on the High Street today.

Owner Anita McKerracher once stayed on the other side of the road so was pleased to have the chance to take on the lease of the former Silver Threads shop.

She has been a professional custom painter for over 11 years, working from home and selling around the world via the internet.

The shop is a way of attracting more customers and also a base for a range of art workshops for children.

It will also sell art (including the pictures on the shelves) by other local artists.

SpottyDog Customs is a family run business based in lovely coastal town Burntisland in Fife offering multiple Art and Craft services. We specialise in custom painted and airbrushed shoes, clothes and accessories, home decoratins, wall murals, musical instruments, gaming consoles and devices, helmets, luggages, paintings and portraits, shop signs and banners.

At SpottyDog Customs we are passionate about all forms of arts and crafts and we understand how important it is for children to be involved, get creative and give their imaginations a go. We are very open minded and even the smallest project or the silliest idea can be realised. Just give us a call or visit us at our new shop at 177 High Street.

http://www.spottydogcustoms.com

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