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.”