Thursday, 18 May 2017

What to do in Fife – Weekend Thurs 18th May 2017

Hi and welcome to our second post about things to do in Kirkcaldy and surrounding areas at the weekends.

Disclaimer:  A K Campbell and Sons 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 responsible for yourselves!

Legal stuff out of the way, here goes 🙂

We are going to break this down into:

Stuff to do with families, pets, outings, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.


Got a family?

Wonder World Soft Play Kirkcaldy

"Themed on the wonders of the world, this custom built centre has been designed to stimulate children’s imagination and encourage physical development in a safe and fun environment. Facilities include; play frames, ball pools, a go kart track, an astro turf football pitch, a daring drop slide and much more. There is also a separate baby and toddler zone with activities and equipment for little ones. For special events, we have 3 fantastic party rooms and a range of packages to suit every budget. Additional facilities include a café serving Illy hot drinks, a Wonder World restaurant and FREE WiFi."

33 St Clair Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2NR
01592 802343

Visit the website

Cluny Clays

There's a ton of different things to do that suit families with children of all ages...

Shooting, Golf, Practice range and lessons, Picnic area, Bar, Restaurant, Segways and more...

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Cluny Activities, By Cluny, Kirkcaldy, Fife KY2 6QU

Tel: 01592 720374

Visit their website


Night Time Stuff For Adults


Betty Nicols

Betty Nicols near A K Campbell and Sons

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"Betty Nicols has long been one of Kirkcaldy's most popular places for enjoying a high quality drink in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

Its traditional decor and unrushed pace attracts people of all ages who are looking for somewhere to enjoy good conversation and company.

An ever changing range of real ales is another attraction that has ensured this High Street pub has remained a unique and well loved fixture in the town. "

Good pub, good drinks, good people, visit their website


Weavers, Kirkcaldy

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Katherine St, Kirkcaldy KY2 5JZ
Phone: 01592 266020


The Prince

The Prince Indian restaurant Kirkcaldy

231 High St, Kirkcaldy KY1 1JF
Phone: 01592 268881
More Information and Reservations:

"This place is very good service .And their food is totally delicious five stars"


Sat, May 20th 2017

The Searchers at Rothes Halls - Get tickets here:

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Next Thursday, 24th May 2017 - The Wedding Present

The Wedding Present

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"In the late 1980s The Wedding Present were one of the most famous British indie bands. Their career path often involved unusual decisions, such as recording a set of Ukranian folk songs for their first major-label offering and releasing a single on the first Monday of every month for a year. Band members came and went, but the idea of The Wedding Present as a group has remained. Nowadays fans of 'the Weddoes' can still hear their favourite songs (as well as new material) being played live by original songwriter David Gedge and his band."

Get more details here


Future stuff you might want to get tickets for now:

May-Day Festival

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Where? Fife Airport in Glenrothes

Sunday 13th August 2017

12:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 16

Live Music, International DJs, Best local acts, April 2017

You can buy tickets here (about £35)

And finally... A Walk - Beverage Park

The Beverage Park in Kirkcaldy

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18 Boglily Rd, Kirkcaldy KY2 5NE

"Beverage Park offers lots of opportunities for walks of different kinds in a beautiful Victorian park. In poor weather you can choose to stick to the Tarmac roadway which rings the park, but there are options to explore 'Wizard's Walk' in the woods at the top of the small hill to the rear of the park, to venture down beyond these to a path that follows the course of the stream just outside the formal park itself, to walk between the formal beds and round the boating lake, or just take advantage of the huge expanses of wide open spaces with a game of fetch."

More info here

Then, you can end by heading to Weavers or Betty Nicols which are both Dog friendly.


So, there you have it, our first “What’s On” guide…

What did you think?  Get any good ideas?  Anything to add?  Comment below.


What to do in Fife – Weekend Thurs 18th May 2017 is courtesy of A.K. Campbell Jewellers Kirkcaldy

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