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Events and information about Kirkcaldy

Live events have had to be postponed due to Covid-19

Our next event is a Zoom Talk by Sandy Thomson...

The History of
Fife Mineral Railways


Thursday, March 11th at 7.30pm

Meeting ID: Information to follow
Passcode: Information to follow

Join Zoom Meeting: Information to follow


Kirkcaldy in 50 objects

The idea for this new website arose from casual conversations among some local history enthusiasts in the Cupcake Coffee Box in the town's historic High Street. A project was required to mark the 2024 Golden Anniversary of the founding of Kirkcaldy Civic Society.

The intention was to provide information about 50 distinct objects (or places, or people) in the town, The narratives you will find in the website seek to shed light on past events and place Kirkcaldy's present in the context of its past.

A new object is added to the site every month. The 50 objects countdown to the 2024 celebrations of the society.


Click here to visit the website.


Join us on a Kirkcaldy High Street Virtual Walkabout

Another of Kirkcaldy Civic Society's series of virtual heritage walkabout...this one of the High Street......
if you want to skip the first bit which is about Kirkcaldy's mediaeval past...then start at about 15 minutes.

Do you remember when The Mercat Centre
in Kirkcaldy opened its doors in 1973?

If so, Two Rivers Media & BBC Scotland would love to hear from you.

Please contact becoming.scot@tworiversmedia.co.uk

or call 0141 530 8851
or kirkcaldycivicsociety@gmail.com​

The Mercat is on the left. The photo dates from the 1970s. Can anyone help us date it precisely ?
Link to
Link to

Fife Gravestones Conference

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