Michael Alexander digs deep to explore the folklore behind some of Fife and Tayside’s most famous caves.
Attitudes need to change to prevent further damage to historically significant caves on the East coast of Fife.
Work to save “unique” Pictish-era carvings at a network of coastal caves in Fife has intensified after vandals repeatedly attacked the historic site.
An article in The Courier reports great news from Fife Council. "Almost £6,000 is being spent on fixing the stairs leading to the shore from Macduff Castle in East Wemyss."
A group protecting one of the most historically significant cave drawings in Scotland is offering tours this month to help educate people.
“Rediscovering a part of Scotland that seems to have all but dropped off the radar for many people, walking the Fife Coastal Path from Kirkcaldy to Buckhaven.”
Thanks to Patricia Cuni and her team from the Mad About Travel blog (www.madaboutravel.com) for coming for a tour of the Wemyss Caves! A wee bit rainy but still a great day out. You can read Patricia’s article here