|Photo copyright Joyce Murdoch. Lots more of her beautiful photos in the exhibition.|
Please encourage your friends and family to visit Burntisland Heritage Trust's 2016 exhibition celebrating the wealth of nature and wildlife that we have in and around our town. Packed with beautiful photos by local people, full of fascinating facts, drawings & collages & writings by our school's two primary 7 classes. Loads and loads of work went into it and it looks great!
The exhib is due to end on August 27th. It's at no.4 Kirkgate, Burntisland, just around the corner from the Burgh Chambers and the Library. It's open Wednesdays 1-4pm and Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am-4pm. Admission is free.
Read more at: http://www.fifetoday.co.uk/what-s-on/leisure-time/getting-back-to-nature-in-burntisland-1-4156316
Other things to do in and around Burntisland:
- Circular walk up the Binn hill
- Museum of Communication
- Potter About cafe
- Food for Thought cafe
- Macauley's Fruit & Veg Merchant
- Hanselled Books
- walk the coast to Aberdour Castle and McTaggarts cafe
- walk the coast to Kinghorn and Carousel Cafe
- walk to Kinghorn Loch, The Ecology Centre, Earthship Fife, The Barn at the Loch (cafe!)
And loads more.
How to get here by train
Burntisland is 35 minutes by train from Edinburgh Waverley, trains twice hourly during the day.
Timetables on ScotRail website or download their excellent free app.