Falkland is a historic royal burgh, with a royal palace at its heart. It is rich in history and architecture and the setting for television dramas Outlander and Silent Witness.Read more
Finding members of your family tree have lived in Crail, Fife in Scotland might just lead you to take a trip to visit the village to find out more. Read more
As an avid reader on holiday I like to look for books which are set in the area I am visiting. So here is my recommended reading for a trip to Crail. Whether it be Crime Novels, Golf, Local History, Walks or just information on what there is to see and do.Read more
The East Neuk Festival has just completed another successful year staging events and bringing wonderful music and more to our corner of Fife.
This article in The Scotsman prompted a search for information about the Pilgrimage Walks which are mentioned, and in particular the one which was starting on Sunday 1 July 2012 from St Mary’s Cathedral in Edinburgh.
A friend from the Lammermuir Festival was setting off on a pilgrimage of his own, sailing from North Berwick to Cellardyke to reach the East Neuk Festival’s closing concert.
And in Crail, Graham and Edna of The Honeypot were being cast as Pilgrims in the East Neuk Festival sand sculpture.