The setting of 4,000 year old cup and ring marks has been damaged by a deliberate fire.
After vandalism at St Bridget’s Kirk in Dalgety, Richard Aitken of Historic Environment Scotland said: “Mindless vandalism like this is not acceptable and very sad, given the long history and significance of the monument. Damage to an ancient monument is actually a criminal offence.”
Perhaps it’s time to recognise this ancient artwork as an attraction in the Burntisland area and hope that increased awareness of its existence, and importance, will discourage further damage.
It might be worth considering selective tree removal to create a clear view towards another ancient monument site.
“The operators of the Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife have said they expect flaring to continue for at least another two days.
The flare began burning on Saturday after a pump failure.”
Every day from this Saturday (12 noon) until the 26th of August.
”Following the shocking behaviour at the weekend from a number of youths, I have arranged to meet with Police Scotland as a matter of urgency.I share the concerns of the community and will do everything in my power to make sure that such incidents are not allowed to reoccur.I will be seeking assurances that the concerns of residents are listened to and appropriate action taken.”
Three bases left Burntisland Docks this evening by barge.
They rounded the Lammerlaws just as the Flying Scotsman passed the Links for the third time.
Cancer Research UK BURNTISLAND local Committee
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
7:00pm at the Toll Centre.
May 31st 10.00 Erskine Church Hall.
Speaker Bill Kirkhope – born in Burntisland, now back in Fife and editing the Burgh Buzz.
Poster on Community Council notice board.