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September at Fire Station Creative

September at Fire Station Creative

As Part of the Outwith Festival, Fire Station Creative is delighted to present ‘AGAINST THE TIDE’ by DAVID MACH 8th September – 1st October David Mach is one of the UK’s most successful and respected artists, known for his dynamic and imaginative large scale collage, sculpture and installations using a wide range of materials, including coat hangers, matches, magazines and many o... »

OUTWITH FESTIVAL 2017

OUTWITH FESTIVAL 2017

Outwith Festival is a showcase of home grown and out of this world music, comedy, theatre, art and literature and it’s coming soon to Dunfermline. Included in the line up are: Artist David Mach Author and filmmaker Richard Jobson Playwright Alan Bissett Novelist Isla Dewar Comedy in the Dark Improvised theatre night Tycoon and the Bard book launch Architecture tour Outlander screenings Over 35 ban... »

Scots And The Making Of Meiji Japan

Scots And The Making Of Meiji Japan

Attend the free lecture on Thursday 31st August at Dunfermline City Chambers by the distinguished Japanese historian Professor Kita on role of Scots in the emergence of Japan as technologically advanced economy in second half of nineteenth century. The lecture starts at 6pm. »

DEFEND DUNFERMLINE WWII FESTIVAL

DEFEND DUNFERMLINE WWII FESTIVAL

Welcome to the first Defend Dunfermline WWII festival. Get ready for Fife’s newest festival, Defend Dunfermline World War II, which takes place on the 19th and 20th August across the town’s high street and heritage quarter between 10am and 5pm. With captivating street theatre, exciting exhibitions and toe-tapping music, the thrilling story of Fife’s secret defence points will be brought to life fo... »

Dunfermline – history, comic book heroes and a mean lasagne!

Dunfermline – history, comic book heroes and a mean lasagne!

SCOTLAND WITH THE WEE WHITE DUG An informative and fun Scottish travel blog, showcasing the best of Scotland. A mere 24 hours after returning home from a wonderful adventure in NYC, we were back on the road exploring Scotland with the hairy-faced, Wee White Dug – hooray. This time our travels took us to the fascinating, historic town of Dunfermline in the Kingdom of Fife.  Dunfermline has been on ... »

MQoSF & Queensferry Crossing Opening: Same weekend AND only 15 Minutes Apart

MQoSF & Queensferry Crossing Opening: Same weekend AND only 15 Minutes Apart

Introduction: The perfect family weekend in Scotland.On Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd of September your family can witness the opening of the magnificent Queensferry Crossing AND visit the Mary Queen of Scots Festival in Kinross. The Festival, part of The Scottish Government’s Year of History, Heritage & Archaeology celebrations, is a short fifteen-minute drive from the new Queensferry C... »

Historic Broomhall House near Limekilns to be offered as ‘world class’ venue

Historic Broomhall House near Limekilns to be offered as ‘world class’ venue

Historic Broomhall House near Limekilns to be offered as ‘world class’ venue for movies, product launches, fine dining, VIP and corporate events. IT’S the “home of the family of King Robert the Bruce” – and it’s being opened up by the Earl of Elgin for conferences, fine dining and as a film location. Broomhall House, set in 2,500 acres of private estate near Limekilns, dates back to 17... »

The 3 Forth bridges

The Queensferry Crossing – ONLY 10-15 mins from Dunfermline

The amazing Queensferry Crossing opens on August 30th and we want to make sure EVERYONE knows that Dunfermline (Scotland’s Ancient Capital) is ONLY 10-15 minutes away! Tell all your friends and TOGETHER WE CAN CONVINCE MORE AND MORE PEOPLE TO Visit Dunfermline. Photo: F Wells Photography »

Pittsburgh Thanks Dunfermline

Pittsburgh Thanks Dunfermline

Visit Dunfermline is constantly amazed and inspired as we continue to learn more about the history of Dunfermline. We love this video, shown to us recently by Frank Connelly from Old Dunfermline, which shows the huge impact that General John Forbes and Andrew Carnegie – both from Dunfermline – had on the history, culture and art of the United States. »

Visit Dunfermline inspires local support for ‘Derek’s Dream’

Visit Dunfermline inspires local support for ‘Derek’s Dream’

A Visit Dunfermline Facebook post highlighting the dream of local man Derek Taylor to fulfil his dream of switching on Dunfermline’s Christmas Lights this year went viral overnight and inspired local woman Kay Wright to start an online petition. Sign and read here Well done Kay and everyone who is getting involved for ‘Derek’s Dream’ Check out the original post on Visit Dun... »

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