It’s now the 30th year of this great scheme which covers the whole of Scotland.
Only two buildings are listed as open in Burntisland this year (Sunday only) – the Heritage Centre (from here you can also visit the Burgh Chambers) and Parish Church – but plenty more in Central Fife and Kirkcaldy.
Also, nearby, Earthship Fife Visitor Centre At Kinghorn Loch.
In addition on the 8th, and 7th, 6 artists’ studios are open.
“Burntisland is a small town on the coast of Fife, in between Kinghorn and Aberdour, and it’s a town that’s doing something pretty special.
“It’s a town which I’ve visited practically every summer for as long as I can remember, mainly for the Fairground that comes for the entire school summer holidays.
“The high street is bustling, the shops are open and there is a lovely, happy vibe. There is an amazing sense of community, the locals are proud of their small independent shops and regularly use them. The shop keepers work together and share ideas. People chat in the street and shop keepers know their customers by name. It seems to be, at least partly, down to an initiative called ‘Totally Locally’.”
Great blog post by FunkyEllas.
Family friendly event to raise awareness of mental health, self harm and suicide.
St3ve Fest, Sunday 8 September 2019, 1pm – 8pm, Burntisland Toll Centre, KY3 9HA
Join us for an afternoon and evening of music and fun for all the family, and a chance to meet different agencies who can support you with your mental health.
£10 a ticket (£5 for 16-20 year olds and concessions, free for under 16s)
(Next one 29th September)
Organised by Brendan from the Community Council with money from its playparks and open spaces budget, the painting got off to a good start on Tuesday, but rain stopped play.
Resumes Sunday at 11. Paint, brushes, gloves, etc. available. Helpers wanted!
(Weather forecast good.)
Photos from the day –
“Burntisland Sands Hotel presents Burntisland Beer & Gin Festival – Friday, August 30, 2019 | Sunday, September 1, 2019 at Burntisland Sands Hotel, Burntisland, Scotland.”
Burntisland Beer & Gin Festival