Caretaker / Cleaner at Forgan Arts Centre

Caretaker / Cleaner
Forgan Arts Centre, Cupar Road, Newport-on-Tay, DD6 8RA
Permanent Caretaker / Cleaner required (part time) 18 hours a week. Flexible working.
£7.65 per hour (Living wage).
A clean UK Driving Licence is required for this post.
This role requires opening, setting up for classes and events and securing the Centre, when required. It therefore requires a flexible ‘split shift’ type working pattern. It also includes all general cleaning duties and general maintenance.
For more information please contact info@forganartscentre.co.uk
Closing date for applications: 17th November 2014. We hope to interview during week of 8th December 2014.

a Photo of the old British Legion Club

We are trying to find a Photo of the old British Legion Club, which was on William street / Rear Entrance Dougall Street.

It is on the site of new houses, next door to Tayview Medical Practice.

Dose anyone have a picture of the club?

Could have closed about 28 years ago?

Contacted Builder, British Legion, Library, Council, Charity Shop, with no look at all. Continue reading

Top Tips to Keep the Kids Amused during October Holidays

There’s loads going on in the beautiful Kingdom of Fife this month. With the kids off on holiday for two weeks, a must read is our latest blog ‘Top tips to keep the kids amused’ and don’t forget to check out www.outdoorFife.com for info on Family-friendly activities, Autumn Adventures and Free Attractions.

There are also some fantastic Halloween events for both kids and adults…can’t wait!

outdoorFife team

Top tips to keep the kids amused during the Oct hols

Check out our latest blog with suggestions on how to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays…everything from climbing West Lomond – Fife’s highest point – to a boat trip to Inchcolm Island!

Autumn Adventure Nature Trail Pony Walk

Why not get back to nature with a one hour pony ride around woodland trails in Falkland… talking about and discovering types of birds, animals, trees, plants and what is happening in nature at this time of year…current topic Autumn. Leaves to crunch, conkers to collect and songs to sing…… no previous riding experience required. Cost £20. Sounds like fun!

What’s On…Halloween Treats!

Halloween at Kellie Castle (24th Oct 6.30 – 9pm)

Get in the mood early for Halloween at Kellie Castle….spooky stories, scary Castle tour and haunted garden plus fun and games and Halloween food. Prize for best Halloween Fancy Dress. Not recommended for children under 5 or if likely to be frightened. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult.

Halloween Children’s Trail at Falkland Palace (25-26th Oct 1-3pm)

Be spooked by a ghostly Children’s Trail in Falkland Palace grounds this Halloween. Collect the letters to make a word of power and escape! There’s also a Best Costume and Best Carved Pumpkin competition. Bring your pumpkin to the Palace reception for judging. Aimed at children 12 and under.

Scotland’s Fright Farm (30 Oct – 1 Nov)

Muddy Boots Farm

A fright night like no other, set in the depths of Fife, on a haunted farm, what could go wrong? With two main haunts this year it is bound to be a night of frighteningly good, haunted adventures!

Spooktacular (31 Oct – 1 Nov 7-9.30pm)

Spooktacular Torch Light Maze at Cairnie Fruit Farm is the perfect Halloween treat for the kids! Dress warmly, bring your own torch and prepare to be very scared! Floodlit funyard and ghost train. Cost: £8.50 includes soup and roll.