The Fife Pilgrim Way is an exciting new heritage project that seeks to engage the support of local people and visitors in developing a new long distance walking route through the heart of Fife.
Beginning at either Culross Abbey or North Queensferry it will follow in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims across Fife to St Andrews Cathedral. With a total distance of 70miles, the route will link together many examples of the regions medieval and pilgrim heritage. It will use Fife’s existing network of rights of way, paths and tracks to offer varied opportunities for long distance, multi-day walking supplemented by shorter walks and circular routes. Continue reading
Our present upholstery tutor is leaving after 33 years at the Centre
during which time she has taught both day and evening classes using
traditional methods, eg, springs, horsehair, etc.
We require an experienced upholsterer, preferably time served and with
teaching experience, who is prepared to take two three hour classes on
Tuesday morning from 9.30 to 12.30am and Tuesday afternoon from 1.00 to
We run 1 ten week block of classes from the end of September, another ten week block from the beginning of January, followed by a 5 week block after Easter.
There is always the possibility of holding occasional Masterclasses or
Workshops in the Summer months.
Contact the Centre Co-ordinator for further details on 01382 542062
Applications by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
CV plus covering letter
Closing date for applications 1st May 2015
Local pulic consultation ends 24 April. Proposed month of change June/Junly 2015. You can share your view using www.postofficeviews.co.uk (code for this branch is: 13482099)
Forgan Arts Centre is a well-established charity which has been run by a voluntary committee since it opened in 1978. Continue reading
Link to pictures of the Catalina visiting Tayport.
See Wormit Boating Club for more details