The RotaKids visited the Seniors at Links View. They took each resident a tin of shortbread and cards they had made and sang carols.
Previously the RotaKids raised an impressive £315 for Children in Need with the raffle for Pudsey Bear.
Following on from The Roasting Project – a cafe owned by two brothers from Burntisland – the High Street now has a new business owned by three local sisters!
According to Toni Crickmar the shop is having a “soft opening” as they are still waiting for more items to arrive. People will also be able to buy via the web site, at present it only has a small selection of the gifts already in stock.
The shop opened last Friday, deliberately on the day of the Christmas Fair.
It was very busy on that evening but there has been a steady stream of customers since. Toni describes the shop as “home and gifts”, she is pleased to find that it’s not just the cheaper things that have been selling.
one one four (if you can remember the name, you’ll know where to find it) also has a good selection of jewellery by Edinburgh College of Art graduate Louise McManus.
Many people know that the shop was for many years Brown and Gilmour solicitors (until Mr. Gordon retired). Some may know it previously had a life as a butchers. The evidence is around the ceiling.
Louise and Toni
14th Dec. 2018 7.00 p.m. Burgh Chambers.
The winner will be decided on Friday (in private) by community councillors after the monthly CC meeting and announced in the New Year.
Details from Alex MacDonald, Chairman of Royal Burgh of Burntisland Community Council –
“The search is on for the person in Burntisland who has given most to the community and who will win the Community Award for 2019.
“Every year, Burntisland Community Council makes an award to someone whose service to the community has been outstanding. There are no restrictions on the type of service which can be recognised – all that matters is that the winner of the award is an example to others.
“Now in its 39th year, previous winners have come from many different walks of life. Some have given long and excellent service to different local organisations. Others have excelled in the face of disability. Still others have worked quietly in the background bringing comfort to people who are distressed by illness or family circumstances.
“Whatever the background, the key point is that winners of the Award are considered by the Community Council to be an example of how we should live our lives in support of the people around us.
“Nominations should be made to the Secretary of Burntisland Community Council, George McLauchlan, 4 Dick Crescent, Burntisland, KY3 0BS not later than Friday 14th December, or to any member of the Community Council.
“Nominations by e-mail can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org .The winner will be announced on Hogmanay and a formal presentation will be made early in the New Year.”
The February 2019 Burgh Buzz will have details of the winner. This year’s first BB highlighted the 2018 winner – Scott Sweaton of FAB. It also mentioned the winner from 20 years ago.
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Another great night in the High Street.
Bit windy – gusty enough to blow some things off at least one stall – not warm (it is December), but rain held off for over an hour and there were at least 3 places serving mulled wine (Burgh Chambers was serving cocoa too!).
Stalls in gazebos, shops and on benches.
Best window winner
A snapshot of last year
5 ‘til 7
Probably warmer and windier than last year but worth wrapping up to see what the High Street has to offer.
Lots of shops opening later than a normal Friday.
Look for the special offers, the facepainting, mulled wine and some singing and dancing too!
All brought to you by the hard work of dedicated volunteers from the Burntisland Community Development Trust (always looking for new members).
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