Ten things to do this June
As the Summer kicks in there is loads to see and do in Fife and so with an eye on our Innovation Architecture and Design theme I have pulled together some ideas of what to see and do whilst enjoying the great outdoors in Fife. Every one of these ideas offers the opportunity to see some great buildings experience amazing history and art and join in with celebrating art music food and culture right across the region. Get out, look up and down!
Fife coastal path
Take a walk along this superb foot path which takes you round the entire coastline of Fife see lots of fascination buildings and take time to visit the villages along the way, not to mention cafes and restaurants. For information about the path go to their website https://fifecoastalpath.co.uk/ or for some idea of the amazing scenery on route head over to their Facebook page; https://www.facebook.com/FifeCoastalCyclePath/
“The great British Dog walk” Hill of Tarvit Mansion House grounds 5th june
Walk your dog in the garden of this Edwardian house, in aid of deaf awareness
Balgove Night market 8th june
Balgove has created a fun buzzy atmosphere for the night markets on the 8th June they are celebrating Myxology and street food
Crail food festival 11th – 12th June
A wonderful celebration of Fife food and cooking skills in this picturesque former fishing village. The Sunday event by the pier has become renowned
Visit a Fruit farm
Time to either to pick your own or buy superb fruit from one of the many in Fife, always innovating, Fife fruit farmers are the envy of the world
Beach Highland games Kirkcaldy 11th June
Kirkcaldy 4 all organise this fun beach event, a unique highland games!
Cupar arts festival 18th – 25th June
An eclectic mix of all genres of art from the grounded to the distinctly abstract. This year street food is celebrated – yours truly will be there on Saturday 18th to cook with local produce
Barbeque at Tentsmuir beach
perhaps a party for the longest day on this stunning beach!
Enjoy an ice-cream from one of Fifes many artisan parlours;
East Neuk festival 22nd June– 3rd July
The East Neuk festival has grown over 10 years to be recognised as one of the great rural music festivals in the world with venues ranging from ancient churches to old barns and the famous sand sculpture every year in front of the honeypot cafe in Crail
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