This year marks the fortieth anniversary for one Kirkcaldy business – and they have a gem of a story.
Between Christmas and New Year, Kirkcaldy town centre has a number of events with Family Fun Days, Family Ceilidh, Kyle Falconer and a Hogmanay Street Party. For details see below.
Rob Thomson is a fully qualified – and award winning – photographer who has lived & worked in Kirkcaldy for over a decade. As our latest business profile, we focus a little closer on Rob’s work in the town …
Calling all Foodies! Kirkcaldy’s Food & Drink Fair returns in 2018 and will see the current BBC2 MasterChef The Professionals Champion, Gary MacLean, leading the day’s activities.
Almost 200 years ago, a new style of shopping opened in Scotland: The Argyll Arcade – a cut through old tenements – provided a link between Glasgow’s Argyle Street and Buchanan Street. It was Scotland’s first shopping ‘mall’. That was in 1827. In Kirkcaldy, we can claim Scotland’s second oldest arcade – the Olympia. The arcade – originally a linen works when built in 1858 – is now enjoying a period of regeneration. We went ‘undercover’ to explore some of the shops and outlets leading the Arcade’s rejuvenation …
For those keen to embrace the shabby-chic trend and upcycle pre-loved furniture, the go-to place is Love Restored – situated on the High Street. In fact, such is the love for this independent home and interiors business that customers travel from across the country to benefit from owners Nadia and Lorraine’s keen eye for beautiful home interiors.
There are lots of ways to get fit and you can enjoy getting fit in the outdoors in Beveridge Park.