What’s On In Fife This Weekend? (Week beginning Mon 12th June 2017)

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 or day out.  Visit our website: https://www.akcampbell.co.uk/kirkcaldy

Or give Richard or Jackie a call on: 01592 264305 (We get unique pieces in constantly.)

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.

 

Families:

 

Things to do in Fife when its raining

 
We hope it won’t be but the inevitable will probably happen!
 

Deep Sea World Fife

 

 
 
Open from 10 AM to 4 PM
 
More info from their website here
 
How about if it isn’t raining…?  Here’s hoping!!
 

Parks in fife

 

Craigtoun Country Park St Andrews

 

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“Craigtoun Country Park situated 5 minutes from St Andrews, offers a wide range of attractions including acres of beautiful landscaped parkland, a fun adventure playground, boats and pedalos, super bouncy trampolines, an equally bouncy castle, putting green, a crazy golf course, cool pedal cars, a family friendly cafe and one of Scotland’s oldest miniature railways!”

 
Saturday 3rd June – Friday 30th June: Open Daily
1000 – 1700 hrs
 
Get prices and find out more from the source here
 
 

Walk for dog walkers Fife

 

Devilla forest Fife

 
Devilla Forest Fife, near Kirkcaldy

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“The Scots Pine trees of Devilla make a perfect habitat for red squirrels: the forest is a real stronghold for these frisky animals in Lowland Scotland. After you’ve tried spotting them along the Red Squirrel Trail, you could try finding the four lochs, home to darting dragonflies and agile otters.
 
Look out too for relics of past times among the trees, such as an enigmatic stone monument where legend the Battle of Bordie Moor raged in 1038, and covenater’s met on the misty moors.”

How to get there
 
Devilla is on the A985 between Dunfermline and Kincardine, and is well signposted from the road. The car park is at grid reference NS 964 870.
 
Using SatNav?
 
FK10 4AS is the nearest postcode.
 
Get a guide to Devilla and the paths etc here
 
 

Things to do in Fife for adults…

 

Pubs in Fife

 

Pub of the week

 

The Creepy Wee Pub

 

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“Great atmosphere with great friendly staff
“Quirky little venue, excellent selection of spirits”
“Small, intimate, interesting decor.”
Address: 17 Kirkgate, Dunfermline KY12 7NA

Hours: 

Open: 11am to 12am

 Phone: 01383 741539
 
Get more info here
 

 

Restaurants in Fife – Restaurant of the week

 

The Rockies Restaurant Anstruther

 

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“The Rockies restaurant is run by Local man & Anstruther golf club member John Anderson & his wife Amanda.
 
The Restaurant is named after the fifth hole, once deemed the hardest par 3 in Great Britain.Whilst the Clubhouse Bar caters for members only The Rockies Restaurant welcomes all and serves delicious lunches, Traditional High Teas and Dinners all whilst you enjoy beautiful sea views.
 
Our menus change regularly & use the best produce available. As our popularity grows it is advisable to book to avoid disappointment.”

More info from the original source here
 
 

Gigs

 

The Durty Wurks/ The Decrees/ The Michigans

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“3 amazing unsigned bands playing Original material for yer ears!
This months acts are
Edinburgh’s Durty Wurks
Dunfermline’s The Decrees
Perth’s The Michigans

 
The Greenside Venue
1 High Street, Leslie, KY6 3DA
Doors Open 8pm First Act 8:15pm
 

More info and tickets from original source here
 
 

Open Mic Night

 
Open mic night at Cupcake coffee box near A K Campbell and Son on Kirkcaldy High Street

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Cupcake Coffee Box
KIRKCALDY HIGH STREET, KY1 1JP
Saturday at 7 PM – 9:30 PM
 
More from original source here

 
 
One for the following week For all you Jimi fans out there…
 

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“Formed 20 years ago after audiences constantly asked founder member John Campbell to play more Hendrix in the set list of the band he was in at the time.
 
Being a lifelong fan of Jimi Hendrix John formed the band with Kevin O’Grady on drums and backing vocals and bass player Mark Arnold.
 
The second gig they played was at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Ireland where the crowd reaction proved that Are You Experienced? were certainly hitting the right buttons with Hendrix fans.”

 
The Greenside Venue

1 High Street, Leslie, KY6 3DA
Friday, June 23 at 8 PM – 1AM

 
More info and tickets from original source here
 
<pThere 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!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!

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!

Hopefully see you in our shop on Kirkcaldy High Street soon!  And remember it’s Fathers day this weekend!!

What’s On In Fife This Weekend? (Week beginning Mon 12th June 2017) is available on www.akcampbell.co.uk/blog

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