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Which Earrings To Wear With What Hairstyle

In this blog post, we’re going to talk earrings and which ones go with what style of hairdo as we know that your earrings and hairstyle have a big impact as they grab people’s attention.
 
You want therm to compliment each other instead of competing with each other…
 
A lot of it depends on your face shape too, See our guide to face shapes and skin tone here
 
Here’s a wee guide for which earrings go with what face shape:
 

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“Ideas for the best earrings for your hairstyle…

 
There are seemingly end-less possibilities when you’re choosing earrings but there are 7 main styles: teardrops, studs, dangles, chandeliers, hoops, clusters and huggies.
 
Studs, huggies and hoops are the most versatile. Although they might vary in size, they have essentially the same effect on your look. These 3 options work well with almost every hairstyle and face shape so it’s a good idea to have a nice selection of them in your jewellery box.
 
EARRINGS FOR UPDO AND PIXIE
 
If you are wearing an updo or you have a pixie crop cut, the best earrings that will frame your face are dangles, this is because your hair is not available to frame your facial features so you need your earrings to do that. Dangles will elongate your face but also draw eyes upwards and towards your face. And because dangles are so versatile, you can find the right pair for every event and style.
 
EARRINGS FOR WEARING YOUR HAIR DOWN
 
For a down-do hairstyle and women with long tresses, the best earrings are simple clusters. Clusters are made up of a number of different stones and materials so just because they aren’t dangling that doesn’t mean they aren’t bold. Long hair often becomes tangled in dangling earrings and that is certainly not cute. But something like a flower cluster is perfect.
 
BRAIDS AND PONYTAILS
 
Tear drops and chandeliers look great with certain hairstyles such as soft ponytails, braids and slicked back down-do’s. Pretty much anything that won’t get caught up in the earring and for any hairstyle that elongates the face shape because they provide balance.
 
BEST EARRINGS FOR A BUN
 
A sleek bun is elegant and sophisticated and so your earrings should be too. A great option with his hairstyle is delicate drop down earrings. This is a great look with every face shape. If you like to cover your forehead or frame your face with loose strands, this style of earring will still work perfectly but keep them on the smaller side.
 
BEST EARRINGS FOR A SIDE BRAID
 
You’ll see a lot of different style of earrings worn with side-braids because it depends on the event and the look that you are going for. However, if you aren’t sure, you can never go wrong with side-braid and minimalist earrings such as diamond-encrusted hoops. However, if your side-braid is more ‘boho’ then opt for something with a bright colored stone but keep it simple.
 
Hoops are a minimalistic and elegant look that compliments a side braid.
 
BEST EARRINGS FOR HALF-UP HAIRSTYLES
 

 
When you opt for half-up half-down hairstyles, you don’t need your earrings competing to be the star-of-the-style. Let your hairstyle do all the talking and your earrings take a back seat. Opt for a stud or nothing at all.

 
 
BEST EARRINGS FOR HIGH UPDO’S
 

 
For a high updo like a sleek topknot or high ponytail calls for a special earring because your face is on full display and the earrings should draw the attention of your admirer to your best features such as your cheekbones. A long delicate strand earring or dangling jewelled earrings is the perfect choice. Remember to keep them bold but simple.
 
 

EARRINGS WITH SHORT HAIR IDEAS
 
When you have short hair you might feel like you fall short on hairstyle ideas too. Earrings and accessories are the simple answer to styling short hair for a special event, a night on the town and even just for the work place. When you’re choosing the best earrings for your short hair, you’ll want to look at the trends but more importantly, you have to consider your ears and face shape as well as your hair texture.
 

TIPS FOR CHOOSING EARRINGS WHEN YOU HAVE SHORT HAIR

 
1. Avoid big, bulky and overwhelming earrings. Your accessories should add balance to your haircut. You’ll probably want to opt for a hoop or stud-style earrings rather than an earring that is overwhelming to your hairstyle.
 
2. Opt for an earring that compliments your short hair style. For example, if you have a punk-inspired pixie then choose an earring that will enhance that look.
 
3. Choose an appropriate earring for the event. When you have short hair, the earrings are on display and you don’t only want them to compliment your hairstyle and face shape but also the event. Keep flashy, bold earrings for the evening and simple earrings for the daytime.
 
4. Choose an earring that compliments your hair color. If you have light brown or highlighted hair then the warmth of gold hues is more complimentary than silver but if you have a dark or cool hair color then silver and lighter earrings are better suited.
 
 

CHOOSING EARRINGS FOR YOUR BOB HAIR CUT

 
If you have a bob that is longer than your earlobes then you could opt for long drop or chandelier earrings. Depending on your event, long bright colours or gems are a statement piece that will flatter your hair style. Stud earrings or small hoops won’t really be seen with this haircut until you pull your hair back with a headband.
 

 

CHOOSING EARRINGS FOR YOUR PIXIE CUT

 
When it comes to choosing earrings for your pixie cut, you want to consider your face shape first and foremost. You will want to create shape with your earrings. For example, if you have a round face shape, long dangling earrings will add length but if you have a long face, hoops will add width.
 

 

 

CHOOSING EARRINGS FOR YOUR ASYMMETRICAL SHORT HAIR CUT

 
The type of hair cut that covers one side of your face more than your other is a fun haircut to play with. You can really wear bold earrings such as cuffs, pearl drops, studs or danglers. You don’t have to worry about long hair getting tangled or short hair covering your ears.
 

CHOOSING EARRINGS FOR YOUR ASYMMETRICAL SHORT HAIR CUT

 
The type of hair cut that covers one side of your face more than your other is a fun haircut to play with. You can really wear bold earrings such as cuffs, pearl drops, studs or danglers. You don’t have to worry about long hair getting tangled or short hair covering your ears.
 

 
 

CHOOSING EARRINGS FOR YOUR LONGER BOB
 
If you hair isn’t quite a bob but not quite medium length either, then choosing an earring can be tricky. If you wear hoops or dangling earrings you might find that the earrings get lost in your hair or even tangled and pulled. If you want to show off your earrings then you’ll have to choose a pulled back hairstyle or a parted-look that tucks your hair behind your ear. Then you can opt for an earring that is appropriate for your face shape and style.”
 

 

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For you rock chicks out there, you can wear cuff earrings if you are sporting short hair.
 
What about medium, shoulder length and long hair then?
 
 

Medium Long Hair
 
With a hair length that is somewhere between your chin and your shoulders you can wear about any kind of jewelry that catches your fancy. Bold or delicate – it all depends on you and the occasion. To make your earrings more prominent, try tugging your hair behind an ear or use small hairclips to keep it back. An interesting way to make your short bob appear a bit longer is to wear earrings that peek out below the cutting line.
 
Long Hair
 
Wearing jewellery with long hair can be tricky. Unless you choose a style that keeps the hair out of the face and behind the ears, any kind of earring tends to be “swallowed” by the mane. Long chandelier earrings or others that consist of multiple parts and tiers even have the tendency to get tangled up and that is no fun at all. Wearing the hair down, pick earrings that are bold enough to be seen but also have a smooth surface. Large hoops are a good choice or dangling slinky earrings out of metal, art glass or anything else that does not snag the hair.”

 
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Shoulder Length Hair
 

“With shoulder-length hair, you have a wonderful advantage of choosing any type of earrings you like. As the word any can be misleading at times, we ask you to stay away from too long, or too bulky earrings; anything except for these is great. So, go with studs, small loops, or small dangles, as neither of these earrings will dampen your style. Just be sure not to choose earrings that are longer than your jawline.

 
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Colour Matching Earrings and Hair
 
Match your earrings to your hair colour.
 
When choosing the right earrings for your hairstyle be sure to pay attention to your needs and choose the colour of the gemstone to match your eye colour or even your hair shade. Let’s just imagine a beautiful green-eyed woman wearing emerald earrings. They will definitely look amazing on her and will make her eyes stand out. Green is also a great colour for red heads, together with blue-coloured stones.
 
On the other hand, blondies will dazzle rocking lighter colours such as turquoise, quartz, diamonds or moonstones while the mysterious brunette will shine when sporting bright coloured earrings featuring stones such as amethyst, rubies, opals or sapphires.

 
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There you have it, we hope you got some ideas there for what earrings to try with your hairstyle so you dazzle even more than you usually do when out and about this weekend.
 
We have a great selection of gold, silver and diamond earrings in our shop on Kirkcaldy High Street, have a look at some of our pieces here before popping along.
 
We get different, unique, pieces in all the time so the images on our website are purely for giving you an idea of what we might have from time to time.
 
You can give us a call too: 01592 264305
 
Hope to see you soon!

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What’s on in Kirkcaldy, Fife and further afield this week? (Tues 1st August 2017)

Hi there, and welcome to our weekly round up of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy, Fife and beyond this week.
 
We hope you get some ideas from it and are liking what we’re doing. If you have anything to add, just leave us a comment below the post.
 
So, the same layout as usual, stuff to do with families, walkable pets, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.
 
Enjoy and have a great week whatever you get up to!
 
 

Stuff to do with the fam

 

Adventure Golf Island Dunfermline

 
Adventure golf island where you can play crazt golf in Dunfermline, near Kirkcaldy

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“Now everyone can enjoy Scotland’s first ‘Florida style’ Indoor and Outdoor Adventure Golf Complex at Fife Leisure Park, Dunfermline.
 
Putt your way amidst Waterfalls, Fountains, Palm Trees, Tiki Huts and a Pirate Ship. Play inside Europe’s only fully floodlit mini golf Dome and enjoy playing outside in the sunshine around the fully landscaped Treasure Island course.”

 
Fife Leisure Park, Whimbrel Place, Dunfermline, Kingdom of Fife, KY11 8EX
01383 737 152
 
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Dog walk of the week

 

Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline

 

 

“Beautiful, big, interesting, diverse and dog friendly a great place to visit. Its a wonderful park with formal Victorian flower gardens, ponds and parkland, Japanese almost rain forest style garden leading to the glen….and the ruins of the monastery viewed above the sunken riverside glen walk is quite magical on a summers day. Well done to all who are involved in managing this lovely park.”

 
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Pub of the week

 

The Novar Bar, Kirkcaldy

 
The front of the Novar Bar in Kirkcaldy, up from the High Street

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“The Novar Bar is a traditional local bar based in Kirkcaldy.
 
When it comes to great drink, food and a lively friendly pub, this is the place to be!
 
We take pride in our food, that’s why we’ve been working with our chef’s not only to bring you a fresh menu but great prices too.
 
With our food made from the finest ingredients we are sure to tempt the whole family, whatever the taste buds maybe. Whether you fancy our traditional homemade Steak Pie to our Spicy Cajun Chicken there is always something to try at Novar Bar.
 
It doesn’t stop there! Novar bar would not be complete without large plasma screens to keep the atmosphere lively with live sports in the bar every day.”

17 Nicol Street | Kirkcaldy | Fife | KY1 1NY
T: 01592 598090
 
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Restaurant of the week

 

The Peat Inn, St Andrews

 
The peat inn restaurant in St Andrews Fife

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“The Peat Inn is owned by award winning Chef and food columnist Geoffrey Smeddle and his wife Katherine. With Geoffrey at the heart of the kitchen, they have been successful in building on the very fine reputation of one of Scotland’s most cherished destinations.
 
The kitchen, led by chef patron Geoffrey Smeddle, focuses on delivering a seasonal menu of outstanding Scottish ingredients, sympathetically handled, to ensure dishes of terrific flavours and striking presentation. This modern cuisine, based on classical techniques, has earned numerous awards, including one Michelin star, a grade of 8 out of 10 in The Good Food Guide as well as a position of 20 in their top 50 U.K. restaurants.
 
The restaurant consists of three elegant dining rooms, providing an intimate setting for lunch or dinner. The original log fire place in the reception lounge creates an atmosphere of relaxed refinement, made all the more enjoyable by the friendly and attentive service. From your aperitif upon arrival to coffee and a last digestif before you have to depart, we are sure you will enjoy every moment of the wonderful cuisine and hospitality at The Peat Inn.”

 

The Peat Inn
Near St Andrews
Fife, Scotland
KY15 5LH
 
+44 (0)1334 840206
 

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Gigs

 

Social In The Gardens, Edinburgh

 

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“Edinburgh’s free Festival of Social Enterprise is back by popular demand, with a wider than ever range of events and organisations to inform, inspire and entertain.
 
This free two-day, family friendly event showcases high quality goods and services from a selection of Edinburgh’s 260 social enterprises – businesses where profits go to support communities and social change.
 
With an exciting programme of live music and performance events, a pop up market, art exhibition and installations, storytelling, book readings, kids activities and a family ceilidh each afternoon all in the centre of Princes St Gardens.”

 
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Open Minded Skeptics, The Windsor Hotel, Kirkcaldy.

 
Live music at the Windsor Hotel in Kirkcaldy

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“Open Minded Skeptics hit the stage at the Windsor Hotel as part of the Scottish leg of the tour. Thomas Koupa Couper himself, lead singer of the band described them as:
 
“4 Piece metal rap band, bring beefy riffs, crashing drums and Scottish twists, mix that up with a hate for corrupt politicians and you have O.M.S!! Bringing power back to the people!”
 
However the Skeptics are more than that. Thomas brings power through his vocals and a stage presence that has to be seen to be believed. The whole band as a collective have a huge sound and will defiantly be going places in 2017 and beyond. Having been able to acquire one of the dates on the tour for us at Over The Bridge we are very happy with. We believe these group of Skeptics have something and are happy to give them a stage to show it.

 
Heading to the Windsor to support them will be:
 
Breeding Indium
Viens Of Carbide
Let’s Play God
Kyber
 
Door charge on the fantastic night is £5. This fantastic night of metal is one surely not to be missed for the area. Get along early to support all bands on the bill and show these bands a kirkcaldy metal night is the place to be.”

 
Friday at 7 PM – 12 AM
Windsor Hotel Kirkcaldy
38/40 Victoria Road, KY1 1DR Kirkcaldy, Fife
 
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Silverburn Festival 2017

 

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“Tickets available from Stuart’s in Leven, Buckhaven and Kennoway and direct from the bands and organisers vis PM.
 
Live music, bar, arts & crafts, fun & games!!! All to support the work done by FEAT at Silverburn Park.
 
Again the festival will see Live music and a bar inside our ‘Positive Revolution Tent’ (Ticketed) and will see a community fair (FREE to attend) hosting food & drink, fun & games, competitions, fundraising and much more.
 
Main Stage Line-Up:
 
Start Static
Sauza Kings
Kashmir Crows
OSKAR Braves
Groucho Underdog
Burn The Maps
Saus & The Secret Soulmates Band
Big Cloud
For Pony
Playing With Punkarella
Open minded skeptics”

 
Saturday at 11 AM – 9 PM
Silverburn Park
Largo Road, KY8 5PU Leven, Fife
 
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There you have it for another week… If you’re out and about, why not pop along to A K Campbell, we have some beautiful gold and silver rings in our Kirkcaldy shop.
 
Have a look at some of our pieces on our website here and hope to see you soon!
 
Whatever you do, have a great week!

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What’s on in Kirkcaldy, Fife and further afield this week? (Tues 25th July 2017)

Hi there, and welcome to our weekly round up of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy, Fife and beyond this week.
 
We hope you get some ideas from it and are liking what we’re doing.  If you have anything to add, just leave us a comment below the post.
 
So, the same layout as usual, stuff to do with families, walkable pets, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.
 
Enjoy and have a great week whatever you get up to!
 

Something to do with the family

 

Kellie Castle & Garden

 
Kellie Castle in Fife

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“Kellie Castle has plenty to offer, inside and out. Whether your interest lies in nature, gardens, Arts & Crafts, fine interiors, ornate plasterwork or furniture, you’ll find much to inspire you here. As you marvel at the castle’s magnificent interior and beautiful gardens, it’s very easy to imagine what life was like for the laird, his family and their servants.
 

  • Enjoy delicious fresh produce from the kitchen garden in the tearoom.
  • Enjoy a walk in the beautiful walled garden, or further afield round the picturesque estate.
  • The Kellie Castle Wee Guide, packed full of stories and games, is great for younger visitors.

 
Parking is available 200m from the castle.”

Kellie Castle is 3 miles north-west of Pittenweem
Adult: £10.50
Family: £24.50
 
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Dog walk of the week

 

Burntisland Beach

 
Burntisland beach close to Kirkcaldy

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“A favourite spot for my wife and i now that the family have all grown up is to pick up our chips from the links fish bar and drive round to the car park at the beach.
 
“The beach is clean and sheltered. The car park is free clean and tidy with ample rubbish bins.
 
There is a slipway suitable for small boats and jet skis it too is free.
 
The beach has lovely clean sands.”

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Pub of the week

 

The Elbow Rooms

 
Elbow Rooms snug bar in Kirkcaldy, Fife

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“The Elbow Room bar is a cosy friendly place to meet, relax and have a drink or coffee. There are 4 flat screen TV’s showing SKY , BT, Premier and ESPN Sports. The Jukebox, pool table, trivia machine and fruit machine – are on hand to keep you occupied.
 
The Bar is decorated in an Ice Hockey theme with tops and photos from various teams over the years but predominately the great Fife Flyers. The Bar plays host to Karaoke at the weekend with either Karen & Ian or Jackie.
 
There is also a quiet snug bar if you just want to sit and have a blether or read the papers.”

 
131-137 Rosslyn Street
Kirkcaldy
KY1 3HT
 
Phone No:  01592-654826
 
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Restaurant of the week

 

La Gondola

 
La Gondola restaurant in Kirkcaldy

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“La Gondola Restaurant is a family run restaurant. It has and continues to be managed by Luca and his wife Elaine Martone. Luca, not only manages the restaurant, but is the head chef and personally oversees all dishes being prepared and served for his valueable customers.
 
His cooking style originates from his home town of Benevento, a small town close to Naples. Neapolitan cuisine has ancient historical roots that date back to the Greco-Roman period, which was enriched over the centuries by the influence of the different cultures that controlled Naples and its kingdoms.
 
Luca has brought the knowledge of this rich cuisine with him to Scotland and upon starting with La Gondola Restaurant has been committed to serving quality Italian cuisine for his regular and new customers. We have tried to include as many dishes as possible originating from Naples in the La Gondola Al’carte menu.
 
The menu has an abundance of dishes based on classic ingredients (pasta, vegetables, cheese), seafood dishes (fish, crustaceans), variety of famous pizzas from Naples as well as classic Italian meat dishes. If you are looking for great food, good service, attractive prices and good management – the whole package – then we can offer the lot!”

 
435 High Street, Kirkcaldy
 
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Gigs

 

Project 6

 

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We are a six piece Rock and Indie covers band from Fife, Scotland.”

July 28th
Cedar Inn, Aberdour
 
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Crocodile Shoes – Live at Agenda in Leven

 

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“Back by popular demand, Crocodile Shoes will be performing at Agenda on Saturday 8th July.
 
Make sure you do not miss out on this great event!”

Saturday at 9 PM – 11:59 PM
Scoonie Rd, KY8 4SE Leven, Fife
 
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Urgency x uk,physco therapy -the jook joints

 
Live music gig at the Wheatsheaf Inn just off Kirkcaldy High Street

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“Free gig”

 
Saturday at 8 PM
The Wheatsheaf Inn
5 tollbooth street, KY1 1 Kirkcaldy, Fife
 

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Things we just think look fun

 

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) (Film)

 

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“In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist.
 
As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O’Brien).
 
Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.”

 
Saturday at 11 PM – 1 AM
KINO LEVEN
17 – 19 Commercial Road, KY8 4LE Leven, Fife
 
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Wine & Cheese Evening at Cupcake Coffee Box

 
There's a wine and cheese evening at Cupcake Coffee Box on the High Street in Kirkcaldy, Fife

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Saturday at 7 PM – 9:30 PM
Cupcake coffee box
KIRKCALDY HIGH STREET, KY1 1JP Kirkcaldy, Fife
 
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Bark In The Park – Lochore Meadows

 
Charity fundraiser for a local dog rescue charity in Thornton near Kirkcaldy.

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“Enchanting Gifts by lj will once again be attending the annual “Bark in the Park” fundraising day with all proceeds going towards the Second Chance Kennels Thornton for the welfare and all upkeep related to looking after and re-homing puppies and dogs to their forever homes.
 
I will enclose what delights are on offer below in the comments and boy this year is looking to be another fabulous family day out with lots of entertainment on offer including the police K107 unit attending once again.
 
All your dogs are most welcome to attend too (they just just have to be kept on a lead)
 
We will also be bringing our Baby Belle again this year so get those arms open, because you all know she just loves those cuddles
Hope to see you all there.”

 
Sunday at 11 AM – 4 PM
 
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The Dive Bunker

 
Scuba diving in Burntisland, Fife

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“What fun – this has been on my bucket list for a long time and Yeh! I finally did it – I can not recommend this highly enough – you get almost 2 hours in the water – first half is showing you what to do and keeping safe. the second part is the free swimming.
 
There were kids and old folk – like me – and great fun was had by all.
 
My wife was apprehensive but one of the instructors gave her some one to one training and she got the hang of it and had fun too.”
 

 

Lammerlaws RoadBurntisland KY3 9BS
01592 874380

 

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There you have it for another week… If you’re out and about, why not pop along to A K Campbell, we have some beautiful gold, silver and diamond earrings in our Kirkcaldy shop.
 
Have a look at some of our pieces on our website here and hope to see you soon!
 
Whatever you do, have a great week!

What’s on in Kirkcaldy, Fife and further afield this week? (Tues 25th July 2017) is courtesy of A.K. Campbell and Sons Blog