KGASS: Introducing Giuseppe and Marco

Kirkcaldy Gilbert & Sullivan Society are delighted to introduce Giuseppe and Marco, the company mascots for their 2020 production of The Gondoliers at The Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy.

Focusing on Kirkcaldy …

In the latest of our business profiles, we look at one of the best known national names in town. We caught up with Lindsay Cooke at Vision Express to get a clearer picture …

CBD on the High Street …

It is difficult to pick up a paper or turn on a radio or TV station and not hear of someone espousing the benefits of CBD oil. It has been all over the news in recent weeks … and now it is available on Kirkcaldy’s High Street.

And a cherry on top …

The latest in our profiles of great independent Kirkcaldy businesses visits Gail Cadogan in the Merchants’ Quarter. Gail was brought up in Kirkcaldy and went to Balwearie High School. Today, she lives in Kinghorn with her family and runs a unique business in the town – Mycherrypie. We caught up with Gail to discover more …

EDA Turkish Restaurant

Dine with a sea view at the traditional Turkish Restaurant EDA at 51 High Street, Kirkcaldy.

Kirkcaldy’s Green Team

Greener Kirkcaldy is a community-led charity working locally to benefit Kirkcaldy’s people and our environment. The group began around the same time as Kirkcaldy4All  – and we have worked with them as partners of various projects and also help to publicise their great work. We caught up with them to discover more …

Balance in your life …

We’re creating and sharing Blogs to help profile businesses in Kirkcaldy. The latest – Balance Fife – features Wendy Brown and her work that aims “to improve well-being and provide a treatment that will help relax and de-stress” …

Fit for a King …

We are helping to profile businesses, organisations, community groups and projects via our Blog – and we took time out this week to meet up with Stephen Barbour (Events and Community Engagement Manager) and Grant Foster (Head of Venue and Development) at the Kings Live Lounge to discover just what’s brewing on the Waterfront …

Ready … steady … bake!

We’re profiling Kirkcaldy’s businesses via our Blog to showcase the history and heritage of many names – as well as the newbies who are being attracted to the town, driven by Kirkcaldy’s entrepreneurial spirit and the growth of great independents. We caught up with John Simpson who has spent almost four decades in the food industry – and heads up one of Fife’s best known bakeries …

Kirkcaldy’s Capital Showcase 2019

This is something new. We have been heartened by the number of independent businesses choosing to make Kirkcaldy their home. In the last 18 months, more than 20 have either arrived in town – or expanded – all investing in Kirkcaldy’s future. It is their free spirit that is helping to shape our approach to reposition the town as a place ‘to do business’. It is their thinking that led to us developing the Citizens’ Lab – to better engage with all those who have a stake in the town. So we want to celebrate them. And what better way to do so that to provide a trail that takes you around the businesses … from boutiques to bistros, arts & crafts to sportswear, health & beauty to bridalwear, hairdressers to collectables … and includes a unique exhibition at The Kirkcaldy Centre, all leading up to Adam Smith’s birthday.