Hi and thanks for being here, we hope you’re getting a few ideas for things to do in and around Kirkcaldy, Fife, and further afield.
If you’re out and about at the weekend, why not come see us in our shop on Kirkcaldy High Street and we can help you choose a beautiful piece of jewellery to wow on your night out. Visit our website: https://www.akcampbell.co.uk/kirkcaldy
Or give Richard or Jackie a call on: 01592 264305 (We have some stunning Vizati in at the moment and every piece is unique.)
As usual, we’ll break this post into:
Stuff to do with families, walkable pets, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.
Kirkcaldy Waterfront Beach Highland Games @ Mercat Shopping Centre
“On the beach in front of the Mercat shopping Centre in Kirkcaldy. There will be a parade, pipe band and a full programme of professional Highland dancing, athletic events and traditional heavy event- family event.”
Mercat Shopping Centre, Esplanade, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1NJ
- 10 Jun 2017Saturday
See more from original source here…
Miniature Railway @ Beveridge Park
Beveridge Park, Abbotshall Road, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY2 5LZ
- 10 Jun 2017 – 11 Jun 20172-4.30pm Saturday, Sunday
See more info from original source here…
Dog Walk: Tentsmuir
One of our favourites!
“You can find pine-scented forest, windswept sands and a wonderful range of wildlife at Tentsmuir. The trails are ideal for walking, family cycling or horse riding. If you’re lucky you may see squirrels in the trees and seals basking on the sand.
Tentsmuir has a fascinating history too. On your visit you’ll be following the footsteps of Pictish cattle herders, kings hunting boar and bear, and soldiers building defences.
It might look tempting, but swimming here is dangerous because of fast moving tides and shifting sand. If you are walking out on the sands, watch the sea and don’t let the rising tide cut you off.
The car park opens at 8am daily, and can be very busy at popular times. From April to September it closes at 8.30pm and from October to March it closes at sunset. The gate is locked when the car park is closed and you will not be able to drive in or out. Please check the closing time on the board at the entrance.
Car park charges
The car park costs £2 per vehicle, payable at the automatic barrier. You’ll need to have the correct change.
Horseboxes are not allowed in the car park, however alternative parking is available at Kinshaldy Stables.
Food and drink
The Crepe Shack offers delicious authentic French crepes, tea, coffee and cold drinks. It’s onsite throughout the summer from 10am to 5pm every day.
Bring a barbecue
One stray spark from a fire could destroy the whole forest. To keep the trees – and visitors – safe, no fires are allowed in the forest or on the beach, but you’re welcome to bring a barbecue. Use the barbecues in the picnic area on one of the special barbecue plates, and please remember to take used barbecues home with you.
To help keep Tentsmuir welcoming and safe for everyone, a byelaw prohibits alcohol on the site.
More info here…
Restaurant of the week
The Wee Restaurant
“Nestled under the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, The Wee Restaurant is located in the picturesque village of North Queensferry, just 20 minutes north of Edinburgh.”
17 Main Street, North Queensferry, KY11 1JG
Bookings: 01383 616263
More info on their website here…
Pub of the week
The Path Tavern
“Family run, local, traditional pub! Serves delicious home cooked pub grub Monday to Saturday 12pm till 2.30 Fish tea night Wednesday 5 till 7.30!”
“I never thought tribute bands were worth much consideration, but, the Sex Pistols Experience changed all that for me – absolutely blown away. See it to believe it. And deserving of the accolade of any true fans presence.
Take my advice. Dismiss at your own peril.” -Angel of Suburbia TV
P.J. Molloys, Dunfermline
7 Canmore Street,
tickets and more info here…
Tae Sup wi’ a Fifer
“The ‘Tae Sup’ social began life in 2015, when James Yorkston was invited to curate some nights for the Adam Smith Theatre.
Pretty soon the evening developed a reputation for its quality, diverse line-ups and laid back, welcoming nature.
Our next night on the calendar keeps the quality high. Martin Simpson is universally acclaimed as one of the finest acoustic and slide guitar players, and a fine banjo-picker to boot.
Come along and bear witness to an artist at the very top of his game.
Whether interpreting materials from tradition or singing his own potent self-penned songs, Simpson is a remarkable storyteller: captivating and profoundly moving.
His own song writing produced the poignant ‘Never Any Good’, from Prodigal Son, 2007’s Folk Album of the Year.
“Martin Simpson has transcended borders and oceans to quietly become a superb storyteller and musician of great depth and unquestionable taste” – Stephen Fearing Martin’s in fine company for the night – joined by Belfast chamber pop maverick The Duke Special and acclaimed Co Mayo songwriter Seamus Fogarty, who is preparing to release his long awaited second album.”
Saturday June 10th – 8 PM – 10 PM
Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy
Get more info here…
Something In The Future
“Bowie Experience is a spectacular concert featuring all of David Bowie’s hits – celebrating the music of the world’s greatest pop icon.
An unforgettable journey of sound and vision through David Bowie’s golden years from Space Oddity through to Let’s Dance..
Bowie Experience is the world’s favourite and most authentic tribute to the thin white duke and continues to amaze audiences with an astounding attention to detail.
For the authentic Bowie Experience with all the hits from A to Ziggy – this show is a must-see for all Bowie fans and those absolute beginners out there.
The world’s number 1 celebration of David Bowie features songs including Space Oddity, Starman, Fashion, Life on Mars, China Girl, Rebel Rebel, Golden Years, Modern Love, All the Young Dudes, Lets Dance, Heroes and Absolute Beginners.”
Saturday 1st July
Doors:7.00pm, Show: 7.30pm
Tickets: £24.00 + booking fee
More info from original source here…
There you have it for another week, we hope you find something interesting to do here and have a great weekend, here’s hoping for sunshine!
Disclaimer: A K Campbell and Sons are not affiliated with any event or outing we share here, it’s just stuff we think is fun and so, if you have any problems you have to go to the organisers of the event or whatever, not us!
Basically, we’re not being paid by anyone to post for them or making any money from any sales i.e tickets etc. And, if injured, it’s on your own head!
You are legally responsible for yourselves!
What are you up to this weekend, got anything to add? Comment below!
The following blog post What’s On In And Around Fife This Weekend (Week beginning Mon 5th June 2017) Read more on: A.K. Campbell and Sons Jewellers Blog