SWACS members braved the snow and wind yesterday to conduct our annual survey of the carvings, caves, castle and paths. We took hundreds of photographs, made measurements of the coast edge and recorded detailed observations of everything on site. This allows us to compare with the previous year’s survey to
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.