Kirkcaldy Civic Society was formed in 1974. Below are some of our events.
During the Summer months we have guided walkabouts around different areas of the town.
The photo shows our group on the Pathhead Walkabout crossing over the road from Nether Street to head up St. Clair Street.
The walks take around two hours and usually include time for a cup of tea/coffee, biscuits and a chat.
Come along and join us on a walkabout. All are welcome.
We unveil plaques marking important people, buildings and events in the towns history.
In our photo we see Mrs Ann Watters, former Chair of the society, and Mr Tom Carmichael unveil the Baron Baillie plaque in Links Street. This took place on 25th May 2006.
Look out for our plaques when you're out and about the town !
We have special events such as the Strawberry Fayre where famous characters from Kirkcaldy's past come to life and speak about their contribution to the history of the town.
The photo shows 'Adam Smith' speaking as the other characters wait to take their turn at the microphone.
Kirkcaldy Civic Society have presented the town with several gifts. On the 9th April 2005 we gifted a bench at Fraser's Green in Nicol Street. You can see our Fraser's Green plaque on the wall in the background.
We have also placed a bench in the Nether Street car park overlooking Pathhead Sands, restored a drinking water fountain and planted trees.
These are only a few of the activities of the society. Come along to one of our events and find out more about us.