Tuesday, 1 August 2017

What’s on in Kirkcaldy, Fife and further afield this week? (Tues 1st August 2017) https://t.co/QIN1H393Pa

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What’s on in Kirkcaldy, Fife and further afield this week? (Tues 1st August 2017)

Hi there, and welcome to our weekly round up of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy, Fife and beyond this week.
We hope you get some ideas from it and are liking what we’re doing. If you have anything to add, just leave us a comment below the post.
So, the same layout as usual, stuff to do with families, walkable pets, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.
Enjoy and have a great week whatever you get up to!

Stuff to do with the fam


Adventure Golf Island Dunfermline

Adventure golf island where you can play crazt golf in Dunfermline, near Kirkcaldy

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"Now everyone can enjoy Scotland's first 'Florida style' Indoor and Outdoor Adventure Golf Complex at Fife Leisure Park, Dunfermline.
Putt your way amidst Waterfalls, Fountains, Palm Trees, Tiki Huts and a Pirate Ship. Play inside Europe's only fully floodlit mini golf Dome and enjoy playing outside in the sunshine around the fully landscaped Treasure Island course."

Fife Leisure Park, Whimbrel Place, Dunfermline, Kingdom of Fife, KY11 8EX
01383 737 152
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Dog walk of the week


Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline



"Beautiful, big, interesting, diverse and dog friendly a great place to visit. Its a wonderful park with formal Victorian flower gardens, ponds and parkland, Japanese almost rain forest style garden leading to the glen....and the ruins of the monastery viewed above the sunken riverside glen walk is quite magical on a summers day. Well done to all who are involved in managing this lovely park."

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Pub of the week


The Novar Bar, Kirkcaldy

The front of the Novar Bar in Kirkcaldy, up from the High Street

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"The Novar Bar is a traditional local bar based in Kirkcaldy.
When it comes to great drink, food and a lively friendly pub, this is the place to be!
We take pride in our food, that's why we've been working with our chef's not only to bring you a fresh menu but great prices too.
With our food made from the finest ingredients we are sure to tempt the whole family, whatever the taste buds maybe. Whether you fancy our traditional homemade Steak Pie to our Spicy Cajun Chicken there is always something to try at Novar Bar.
It doesn't stop there! Novar bar would not be complete without large plasma screens to keep the atmosphere lively with live sports in the bar every day."

17 Nicol Street | Kirkcaldy | Fife | KY1 1NY
T: 01592 598090
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Restaurant of the week


The Peat Inn, St Andrews

The peat inn restaurant in St Andrews Fife

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"The Peat Inn is owned by award winning Chef and food columnist Geoffrey Smeddle and his wife Katherine. With Geoffrey at the heart of the kitchen, they have been successful in building on the very fine reputation of one of Scotland’s most cherished destinations.
The kitchen, led by chef patron Geoffrey Smeddle, focuses on delivering a seasonal menu of outstanding Scottish ingredients, sympathetically handled, to ensure dishes of terrific flavours and striking presentation. This modern cuisine, based on classical techniques, has earned numerous awards, including one Michelin star, a grade of 8 out of 10 in The Good Food Guide as well as a position of 20 in their top 50 U.K. restaurants.
The restaurant consists of three elegant dining rooms, providing an intimate setting for lunch or dinner. The original log fire place in the reception lounge creates an atmosphere of relaxed refinement, made all the more enjoyable by the friendly and attentive service. From your aperitif upon arrival to coffee and a last digestif before you have to depart, we are sure you will enjoy every moment of the wonderful cuisine and hospitality at The Peat Inn."


The Peat Inn
Near St Andrews
Fife, Scotland
KY15 5LH
+44 (0)1334 840206

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Social In The Gardens, Edinburgh


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"Edinburgh’s free Festival of Social Enterprise is back by popular demand, with a wider than ever range of events and organisations to inform, inspire and entertain.
This free two-day, family friendly event showcases high quality goods and services from a selection of Edinburgh’s 260 social enterprises – businesses where profits go to support communities and social change.
With an exciting programme of live music and performance events, a pop up market, art exhibition and installations, storytelling, book readings, kids activities and a family ceilidh each afternoon all in the centre of Princes St Gardens."

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Open Minded Skeptics, The Windsor Hotel, Kirkcaldy.

Live music at the Windsor Hotel in Kirkcaldy

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"Open Minded Skeptics hit the stage at the Windsor Hotel as part of the Scottish leg of the tour. Thomas Koupa Couper himself, lead singer of the band described them as:
"4 Piece metal rap band, bring beefy riffs, crashing drums and Scottish twists, mix that up with a hate for corrupt politicians and you have O.M.S!! Bringing power back to the people!"
However the Skeptics are more than that. Thomas brings power through his vocals and a stage presence that has to be seen to be believed. The whole band as a collective have a huge sound and will defiantly be going places in 2017 and beyond. Having been able to acquire one of the dates on the tour for us at Over The Bridge we are very happy with. We believe these group of Skeptics have something and are happy to give them a stage to show it.

Heading to the Windsor to support them will be:
Breeding Indium
Viens Of Carbide
Let's Play God
Door charge on the fantastic night is £5. This fantastic night of metal is one surely not to be missed for the area. Get along early to support all bands on the bill and show these bands a kirkcaldy metal night is the place to be."

Friday at 7 PM - 12 AM
Windsor Hotel Kirkcaldy
38/40 Victoria Road, KY1 1DR Kirkcaldy, Fife
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Silverburn Festival 2017


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"Tickets available from Stuart's in Leven, Buckhaven and Kennoway and direct from the bands and organisers vis PM.
Live music, bar, arts & crafts, fun & games!!! All to support the work done by FEAT at Silverburn Park.
Again the festival will see Live music and a bar inside our 'Positive Revolution Tent' (Ticketed) and will see a community fair (FREE to attend) hosting food & drink, fun & games, competitions, fundraising and much more.
Main Stage Line-Up:
Start Static
Sauza Kings
Kashmir Crows
OSKAR Braves
Groucho Underdog
Burn The Maps
Saus & The Secret Soulmates Band
Big Cloud
For Pony
Playing With Punkarella
Open minded skeptics"

Saturday at 11 AM - 9 PM
Silverburn Park
Largo Road, KY8 5PU Leven, Fife
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There you have it for another week… If you’re out and about, why not pop along to A K Campbell, we have some beautiful gold and silver rings in our Kirkcaldy shop.
Have a look at some of our pieces on our website here and hope to see you soon!
Whatever you do, have a great week!

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

What’s on in Kirkcaldy, Fife and further afield this week? (Tues 25th July 2017) https://t.co/vuoEeUNGXx

Source: @AKCampbellSons July 25, 2017 at 03:29PM
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What’s on in Kirkcaldy, Fife and further afield this week? (Tues 25th July 2017)

Hi there, and welcome to our weekly round up of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy, Fife and beyond this week.
We hope you get some ideas from it and are liking what we’re doing.  If you have anything to add, just leave us a comment below the post.
So, the same layout as usual, stuff to do with families, walkable pets, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.
Enjoy and have a great week whatever you get up to!

Something to do with the family


Kellie Castle & Garden

Kellie Castle in Fife

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"Kellie Castle has plenty to offer, inside and out. Whether your interest lies in nature, gardens, Arts & Crafts, fine interiors, ornate plasterwork or furniture, you’ll find much to inspire you here. As you marvel at the castle’s magnificent interior and beautiful gardens, it’s very easy to imagine what life was like for the laird, his family and their servants.

  • Enjoy delicious fresh produce from the kitchen garden in the tearoom.
  • Enjoy a walk in the beautiful walled garden, or further afield round the picturesque estate.
  • The Kellie Castle Wee Guide, packed full of stories and games, is great for younger visitors.

Parking is available 200m from the castle."

Kellie Castle is 3 miles north-west of Pittenweem
Adult: £10.50
Family: £24.50
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Dog walk of the week


Burntisland Beach

Burntisland beach close to Kirkcaldy

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"A favourite spot for my wife and i now that the family have all grown up is to pick up our chips from the links fish bar and drive round to the car park at the beach.
"The beach is clean and sheltered. The car park is free clean and tidy with ample rubbish bins.
There is a slipway suitable for small boats and jet skis it too is free.
The beach has lovely clean sands."

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Pub of the week


The Elbow Rooms

Elbow Rooms snug bar in Kirkcaldy, Fife

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"The Elbow Room bar is a cosy friendly place to meet, relax and have a drink or coffee. There are 4 flat screen TV's showing SKY , BT, Premier and ESPN Sports. The Jukebox, pool table, trivia machine and fruit machine - are on hand to keep you occupied.
The Bar is decorated in an Ice Hockey theme with tops and photos from various teams over the years but predominately the great Fife Flyers. The Bar plays host to Karaoke at the weekend with either Karen & Ian or Jackie.
There is also a quiet snug bar if you just want to sit and have a blether or read the papers."

131-137 Rosslyn Street
Phone No:  01592-654826
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Restaurant of the week


La Gondola

La Gondola restaurant in Kirkcaldy

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"La Gondola Restaurant is a family run restaurant. It has and continues to be managed by Luca and his wife Elaine Martone. Luca, not only manages the restaurant, but is the head chef and personally oversees all dishes being prepared and served for his valueable customers.
His cooking style originates from his home town of Benevento, a small town close to Naples. Neapolitan cuisine has ancient historical roots that date back to the Greco-Roman period, which was enriched over the centuries by the influence of the different cultures that controlled Naples and its kingdoms.
Luca has brought the knowledge of this rich cuisine with him to Scotland and upon starting with La Gondola Restaurant has been committed to serving quality Italian cuisine for his regular and new customers. We have tried to include as many dishes as possible originating from Naples in the La Gondola Al'carte menu.
The menu has an abundance of dishes based on classic ingredients (pasta, vegetables, cheese), seafood dishes (fish, crustaceans), variety of famous pizzas from Naples as well as classic Italian meat dishes. If you are looking for great food, good service, attractive prices and good management - the whole package - then we can offer the lot!"

435 High Street, Kirkcaldy
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Project 6


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We are a six piece Rock and Indie covers band from Fife, Scotland."

July 28th
Cedar Inn, Aberdour
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Crocodile Shoes - Live at Agenda in Leven


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"Back by popular demand, Crocodile Shoes will be performing at Agenda on Saturday 8th July.
Make sure you do not miss out on this great event!"

Saturday at 9 PM - 11:59 PM
Scoonie Rd, KY8 4SE Leven, Fife
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Urgency x uk,physco therapy -the jook joints

Live music gig at the Wheatsheaf Inn just off Kirkcaldy High Street

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"Free gig"

Saturday at 8 PM
The Wheatsheaf Inn
5 tollbooth street, KY1 1 Kirkcaldy, Fife

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Things we just think look fun


The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) (Film)


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"In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist.
As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O'Brien).
Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named "Rocky."

Saturday at 11 PM - 1 AM
17 - 19 Commercial Road, KY8 4LE Leven, Fife
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Wine & Cheese Evening at Cupcake Coffee Box

There's a wine and cheese evening at Cupcake Coffee Box on the High Street in Kirkcaldy, Fife

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Saturday at 7 PM - 9:30 PM
Cupcake coffee box
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Bark In The Park - Lochore Meadows

Charity fundraiser for a local dog rescue charity in Thornton near Kirkcaldy.

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"Enchanting Gifts by lj will once again be attending the annual "Bark in the Park" fundraising day with all proceeds going towards the Second Chance Kennels Thornton for the welfare and all upkeep related to looking after and re-homing puppies and dogs to their forever homes.
I will enclose what delights are on offer below in the comments and boy this year is looking to be another fabulous family day out with lots of entertainment on offer including the police K107 unit attending once again.
All your dogs are most welcome to attend too (they just just have to be kept on a lead)
We will also be bringing our Baby Belle again this year so get those arms open, because you all know she just loves those cuddles
Hope to see you all there."

Sunday at 11 AM - 4 PM
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The Dive Bunker

Scuba diving in Burntisland, Fife

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"What fun - this has been on my bucket list for a long time and Yeh! I finally did it - I can not recommend this highly enough - you get almost 2 hours in the water - first half is showing you what to do and keeping safe. the second part is the free swimming.
There were kids and old folk - like me - and great fun was had by all.
My wife was apprehensive but one of the instructors gave her some one to one training and she got the hang of it and had fun too."


Lammerlaws RoadBurntisland KY3 9BS
01592 874380


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There you have it for another week... If you're out and about, why not pop along to A K Campbell, we have some beautiful gold, silver and diamond earrings in our Kirkcaldy shop.
Have a look at some of our pieces on our website here and hope to see you soon!
Whatever you do, have a great week!

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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

What’s on in Kirkcaldy and further afield this week? (Tues 18th July 2017) https://t.co/hAGGiFpRw0

Source: @AKCampbellSons July 18, 2017 at 05:05PM
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What’s on in Kirkcaldy and further afield this week? (Tues 18th July 2017)

Hi there, and welcome to our weekly round up of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy, Fife and beyond this week.
We hope you get some ideas from it and are liking what we’re doing.  If you have anything to add, just leave us a comment below the post.
So, the same layout as usual, stuff to do with families, walkable pets, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.
Enjoy and have a great week!!



Kids Club - Outdoor Pizza Making

Outdoor Pizza making in Kirkcaldy at the Ravenscraig

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"Make pizza in our wood fired oven using fresh toppings from our garden at Ravenscraig Walled Garden.

Our Summer Kids Club is back ! We have a great programme of activities planned from den building, to outdoor cooking, exploring woods and more. You can bring your children to one or all of them if you like – each one is outdoors, active and full of fun!
Our Kids Club activities are suitable for children aged from 5-12. Children can be accompanied by a parent or guardian (max. 3 children) or dropped off. Please make sure children are dressed for the weather – rain or shine!
There is a small non - refundable charge for each session- £5 per child per session (£3 unwaged/low wage) and places must be booked. Please note - places can only be confirmed when we have received registration form and payment.
All sessions will run from 10am – 12pm.
We're finalising our programme for August and we'll let you know about these soon.
If you would like to book places on the Kids Clubs, please use the eventbrite link, contact us by calling 01592 858458, e-mail info@greenerkirkcaldy.org.uk or drop into our High Street Hub - it's open 10am - 4pm Wednesday to Saturday. We will send out meeting point information when bookings are confirmed."


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Thursday at 10 AM - 12 PM
Ravenscraig Walled Gardens, Kirkcaldy, Fife


Kinghorn RNLI Open Day

RNLI open day in Kinghorn nearby Kirkcaldy

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"Come along and join us for a day of fun. See the lifeboat, meet the crew, watch rescue demonstrations and find out more about the RNLI.
We will also have other emergency services on the day including Coastguard, Police, Fire and Ambulance. There will be Newfoundland rescue dogs, British Divers Marine Life Rescue demonstrations, and beach games to keep everyone entertained.
There will be all of the usual stalls including plants, bric-a-brac, tombola, face painting and much more.
It would be great to see as many of you there as possible to help us continue saving lives at sea."

Saturday at 12 PM - 4 PM
Kinghorn RNLI Lifeboat
30 St James Place, KY3 9 Kinghorn, Fife
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Herb Day at Falkland Palace

Falkland Palace in Fife are having a herb day

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"Falkland Palace & Garden’s unique Herb Day will provide a fantastic opportunity for visitors to learn more about how these versatile plants have been used through the ages – from creating perfumes and flavouring foods, to treating ailments and providing a staple ingredient for traditional crafts.
Take a guided tour of the Palace’s ‘Physic Garden’ to see herbs traditionally grown in the time of Mary, Queen of Scots and find out how they were used by the Royal Physician to heal the King’s and Queen’s ailments.
- Pick up growing tips from horticultural experts.

- Take part in arts and crafts activities for all the family.

- Children's palace and garden trails

- Purchase locally grown herbs and plants.

- Enjoy the peaceful and tranquil arts and craft gardens by Percy Cane, the ancient orchard and the wildlife meadow.

Normal admission applies. National Trust for Scotland members free.
For more information on becoming a National Trust for Scotland Member follow this link: https://www.nts.org.uk/Membership/Monthly/

Sunday at 12 PM - 5 PM
Falkland Palace and Gardens, East Port, KY15 7BU Falkland, Fife
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Walk of the week


Blairadam Forest - Kelty

KY4 0JE, UK - Use map below to get directions from where you are...


"There are three different routes for walks, all well signposted along the way: the blue trail is the smallest and is only half a mile long; the red trail is two miles long; and the yellow trail is the longest at two and a half miles long. We have walked all of them and the dogs have thoroughly enjoyed each of them.
We most commonly use the red trail, as there is a river that runs alongside the path for the entire walk. There is also a 'pool', which is generally deep enough for the dogs to swim in. A really nice place, which can be busy at times. Dogs can be off lead for the entire walk and there are plenty of interesting bits for them to explore and have fun. There is a field about half way round the red walk, which is grassy and never has livestock in it so is ideal for throwing a ball for the dogs."

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Pub of the week


Bogarts, Kirkcaldy for drinks before heading for something to eat...

Bogarts in Kirkcaldy, up the road from A K Campbell jewellers

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"Bogarts is a small local pub on the fringe of Kirkcaldy.
It is very much a 'local's local', with a pool table, and screens with satellite channels.
The ambience is quiet and relaxed.
Bogarts is an ideal pub for a quiet pint."

199 Commercial St, Kirkcaldy KY1 2NS
01592 595659

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Restaurant of the week


The Steadings Kirkcaldy

Outside the front of The Steadings restaurant Kirkcaldy

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"The Steadings is a newly refurbished bar and restaurant located on Bennochy Road in Kirkcaldy, Fife. A great place to eat, drink and socialise.
Whether you’re looking for a place to meet up with friends for a drink or somewhere to celebrate a special family occasion over lunch or dinner, our lively, friendly pub is the perfect place to come to.
We serve wholesome Scottish food made with fresh local ingredients. There’s an excellent choice of drinks on offer – wines, cocktails and draft beers including craft and cask beer."

11am - 12am Sunday - Thursday
11am - 1am Friday - Saturday
93 Bennochy Road, Kirkcaldy, Fife KY2 5RB
01592 263102
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Open Mic Night - Cupcake Coffee Box - Kirkcaldy


There's a free open mic night at the Cupcake Cffee box on Kirkcaldy High Stimage credit


Friday at 7 PM - 9:30 PM


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Silent Disco - Old Manor Hotel Lundin Links

Silent disco in Lundin Links Fife, near Kirkcaldy

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"Our next (and only) Public Silent Disco event in July is an exciting Summer BBQ themed party at The Old Manor Hotel in Lundin Links on Friday 21st July, 7:30-12.
We will again be throwing a full nights entertainment. 3 channels of Silent Disco with music choices from the 60s,70s,80s,90s to present chart! And YOU can select from your headset which of the 3 channels you want to listen to... at any one time (for example) the choice could be Billy Ocean, TTF or Justin Bieber... which one would you choose?
Trust me everyone will be dancing and singing their hearts out all night long!
Please check out our videos of previous party footage to fully understand just how much fun and totally unique this night really is!!
***The Old Manor are also giving away a bottle of wine for any group snapping up a tables worth of tickets guys (10), could you round up another 9 family or friends and claim a bottle?
Its a night guaranteed to be full of wild dance moves, heartfelt singing and a laugh a minute... try it & you'll Love it!!
Tickets are on Sale Now priced at £12 per ticket and also include Burger* and Chips shortly after arrival provided by the hotel.
(*Beef, Chicken and Vegetarian options)
Please contact The Old Manor directly to purchase tickets,
Call the hotel directly for tickets:
01333 320368
Please note there will be a £10 deposit required on arrival for your Silent Disco headset. This is refunded at the end of the night when headset is returned.

Friday at 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM
The Old Manor Hotel
55 Leven Road, KY8 6AJ Lundin Links
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Bel Airs at O'connells

The Bel Airs at O'Connells Kirkcaldy

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"Blues, RnB, Soul, Rock, Funk
The Bel-Airs are an occasional pick up band comprised of Pro and Semi-Pro musicians:-
Who's line include and have included:
Kim Seymour - Vocals
Laura-May Gibson - Vocals
Richard Young - Keys, Gtr, harp, Vocals
Rod Philip - Guitar
Charlie Jefferson - Bass
Ian Holmes-Lewis - Percussion
Pete Rabjohns - Drums
Lovat "Dawg" Fraser - Bass, Slide
Tony Duffy - Keys, guitar, slide, mandolin, blues Harp
Mike Wallace - Drums"

Friday at 9 PM
32 High Street, KY1 1LU Kirkcaldy, Fife
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No 1 Sun - at Truth in Leven

Num 1 Sun playing in Leven near Kirkcaldy

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"Truth are delighted to be welcoming No1Sun to the stage! This fab 3 piece band play a variety of covers to suit all ages and music tastes and are sure to have the dance floor filled all night!!"

Friday at 10 PM - 3 AM
79 North Street, KY8 4LY Leven, Fife
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Some things fun


W3L Wrestling Showdown - Fife Ice Arena, Kirkcaldy

Wrestling event at Fife Ice Arena in Kirkcaldy

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"All the stars of the World Wide Wrestling League are set for an evening of W3L Wrestling Showdown Action! "

Saturday at 2:30 PM - 5 PM
Fife Ice Arena
Rosslyn St, KY1 3 Kirkcaldy, Fife
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Annie Sloan Essential Painting Workshop - £65 - at Love Restored Kirkcaldy

There's a painting workshop at Love Restored, across the road from A K Campbell & Son jewellery shop

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"We will demonstrate the different techniques that you can achieve with Annie Sloan chalk paint.
Our aim is to ultimately help build your confidence in using the paint and waxes, so that you can go home and have fun on your own projects.
The workshop will cover various techniques including a 2 toned colour paint effect with a base coat and top coat along with how to distress. We will also teach you how to create an aged textured look, a modern flat paint finish with chalk paint and how to use stencils.
Along with learning all about chalk paint we will teach you all about the wax application and experimenting with coloured waxes to enhance your painting techniques.
The workshop will last approximately 3 hours with refreshments provided.

Discount on Annie Sloan products are also included to get you started on your own projects at home.
Book in store, telephone or online
01592 328531

Sunday at 12 PM - 3 PM
Love Restored
292 High Street, KY1 1LB Kirkcaldy, Fife
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World of Supercars - Knockhill Racing Circuit

Track day of super cars at Knockhill in Fife

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"The Autoglym World of Supercars Show and track day is expected to be the biggest and best track day ever seen at Knockhill! An anticipated 200+ Hypercars and Supercars will be on display and be driving on the famous British Touring Car Circuit at Knockhill. Never before will there have been a gathering of such performance exotica in Scotland! In 2016 we had a La Ferrari, Bugatti Veyron, McLaren P1 together with a full range of Aston Martins, Lamborghinis, Bentleys, Porsches, Ferraris and McLarens – what more could any supercar fan want from a day!
What is the Autoglym World of Supercars Show?
The Autoglym World of Supercars Show is a car Trackday and show where we welcome over two hundred Sports, Super and Hypercars, to celebrate the most exotic machinery on the planet. The speed and sound of these cars will be seen and heard to the max as they roar around the circuit.
Is this event specifically for modern Supercars?
The era of the Supercar can date back to when the likes of the Jaguar E-Type first burst on to the unsuspecting public roads in the 1960’s. The Ferrari 308, Lamborghini Countach and Porsche 911 Turbo era then made them into poster cars, posters that adorned almost every teenager’s bedroom walls throughout Europe. An area for classic Supercars will complement the 21st Century line up of McLaren, Porsche, Ferrari and Lamborghini Supercars in the paddock and on track!
What will I see?
Off-track attractions will feature static displays of exotica from the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Porsche, Maserati, Bentley, Aston Martin, Audi R8 and numerous others from the world’s finest performance manufacturers. The latest 2017 Supercars will be on display from dealerships from all over Scotland, to allow them to showcase their newest models. The Hyper Cars and special exhibits will be undercover in the show area within the pit lane garages for fans to see up close!
On the track, car owners will display the performance characteristics of their cars to the full in Supercar Trackday sessions, driven hard as they should be away from the restrictions of the road. Allowing fans to appreciate the noise and spectacle of the exotic machinery and capture exceptional photo opportunities.
If you would like to display or Track your Supercar at the World of Supercars Show and Trackday, then please send your enquiry to enquiries@knockhill.co.uk

Sunday at 10 AM - 6 PM
Knockhill Racing Circuit
By Dunfermline, KY129TF Dunfermline, Fife
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There you have it for another week, we hope you find something interesting to do here and have a great week, here’s hoping for sunshine!
Disclaimer:  A K Campbell and Son are not affiliated with any event or outing we share here, it’s just stuff we think is fun and so, if you have any problems you have to go to the organisers of the event or whatever, not us.
Basically, we’re not being paid by anyone to post for them or making any money from any sales i.e tickets etc. And, if injured, it’s on your own head.
You are legally responsible for yourselves!
What are you up to this weekend, got anything to add?  Comment below.
Hopefully see you in our jewellery shop on Kirkcaldy High Street soon.  Visit our website for some inspiration: https://www.akcampbell.co.uk/kirkcaldy

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Friday, 14 July 2017

What Necklace To Wear With What Neckline

As the title says, this article is going to talk about which types, or styles, of necklace to wear with which neckline.
We'll cover the different outfit necklines from v-neck to sweetheart and then share which style of necklace to wear with each.
We'll then finish off with a cheat sheet that you can quickly check the night before so you dazzle the next day no matter where you're going or who you're with.


"The easiest necklaces to wear with just about any neckline is a longer one. The length of the necklace clears any v, scoop, drape or boat neckline. Whether you decide to go longer or shorter, you don’t want your necklace bumping up against your neckline. So either select one that is about an ½ an inch to an inch above your neckline or one that drops under your neckline at least several inches.
Longer necklaces, much like v-neck tops, lengthen your neckline, which in general is more flattering. Chokers shorten your neckline, which sometimes can sometimes be a more challenging style to wear. If you are petite, pay attention to how long the long necklace goes. Right below the bustline is good – grazing your bellybutton is too long."

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Types of necklines


different necklines so we can see which necklace will go with which neckline

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Choosing necklaces for necklines

An image of the different necklines and the necklaces including lengths that go with the neckline

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1. V Neck: This is a matchy matchy area. Wear a necklace in a similar triangular V- shape that ends just above the neckline.

2. Turtle Neck: It looks best with longer chain style necklaces.

3. Scoop Necks: They look best with broader necklaces with layers and volume.

4. Crew Neck: Collar necklaces look very stylish.

5. Halter neck: A triangular neck piece with a pointy end.

6. Buttoned down shirt: Sleek and elegant strand necklaces in a V – shape.

7. Buttoned up shirt: Any style works. But personally I like to pair it with short round necklaces.

8. Strapless or off-shoulder: You have full creativity to go here. But the larger the necklace the better.

9. One shoulder: Its best not to pair it with any necklace at all. Rather go with big earrings.

10. Boat Neck: Go with longer thin necklaces. Or better pair with pendants that reach just above your waist.

11. Ballet neck: works best with necklaces that follow the same shape of the neckline.

12. Cowl neck: Nope no necklace.

13. Plunging neckline: Better not take the attention away from the exposed cleavage and bare skin. Opt for heavy earrings instead.

14. Sweetheart neck: A wide round necklace which covers the bare skin looks best.

15. Square neck: A short choker necklace looks best.

17. Round neck: That’s quite easy. The higher the neckline, the longer the necklace and vice versa.


Necklace Sizing:

Here is a little guide on necklace length if you are still in doubt over the necklace length. The higher the neckline the longer the necklace should be. And the lower the neckline, the shorter and rounder the necklace should be.

handy little guide for necklace sizes

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Necklaces according to your bust size:

They don’t just depend on necklines but on your bust also.
1. Smaller bust: Go for longer and chunkier necklaces.

2. Larger bust: A smaller necklace with 2-3 layers works best. Go for bib necklaces.

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Necklines that should NOT be paired with any kind of necklace: Cowl neck, off shoulder, embellished neck and plunging necklines.
Broader and heavier necklaces work best with: sweetheart, strapless, square neck, round neck, scoop neck.
Narrower and V – shape necklaces: Halter neck, V neck, Buttoned up shirt
Longer chains: Turtle neck, boat neck"

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Some more ideas:

"So how can you choose the best necklace for 7 top necklines? Below are some flattering options that run the gamut from faux to fine jewelry, at a wide range of price points.



Thin, short chain necklaces do not work well with crewnecks; they can get caught on the edge of the fabric and hide inside. Instead, go bold! A monochromatic crewneck dress will come to life when accented with a big, colorful piece.



Most V-necks look lovely with a 15” to 18” chain necklace, with or without a pendant; this flattering neckline is the perfect frame. For a “Boho chic” look – especially with deep “V” necklines – layer two or three thin gold, silver or beaded necklaces of different lengths and textures.



My own preference with this sharp, straight-across neckline is no jewelry at all. Picture elegant Audrey Hepburn in her black bateau cocktail dress in “Sabrina.” But if you want to accent a boat neck top with a necklace, go long.


As with boat necks, turtlenecks work best with necklaces of at least 18.” Consider beaded strands or a long cord with a pendant.



A 3-D neckline is so voluminous that a necklace may simply get lost (or tangled) in the fabric. Hoop or chandelier earrings may best complement this style; however, if you’d like to wear a necklace, choose a short style that fits above the neckline.


A collared blouse is one of the most polished, flattering necklines. It works well with short, delicate chain necklaces, long strands of beads or – in a nod to classic elegance –real or faux pearl chokers.



Thanks to the Kardashians, J-Lo and “Real Housewives,” wide, plunging necklines cut way down to there are now ubiquitous – on TV, at least. However, most women may only occasionally sport this sexy style, perhaps for an evening event.
Pair it with a long, dangling lariat, drop or “Y” necklace (a choker with a single chain that drops into the d├ęcolletage) for a fresh, current look. Lariats – which close by looping through a ring, rather than with a visible clasp – can also be worn with designs that plunge in the back, with the drop or pendant falling down behind.
Whether your neckline is round, “V” or square, wide or deep, classic or daring, the most important thing is to take a chance and experiment. If you like what you see in the mirror – and it makes you happy – you simply can’t go wrong.

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Necklace neckline cheat sheet

A handy quick guide to see which jewellery you should wear with which style of top.

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There you have it, we hope you got some useful tips for which jewellery to wear with which type of top neckline on your next night out or for changing it up at the office.
If you're looking for a necklace for work, or for a night out, have a look at some of the necklaces we have in our Kirkcaldy shop here
Or give Richard or Jackie a call on 01592 264305 and hope to see you soon!

What Necklace To Wear With What Neckline was first published to A.K. Campbell and Sons Blog