“Work to save Pictish carvings at Wemyss Caves intensifies” – The Scotsman

Work to save “unique” Pictish-era carvings at a network of coastal caves in Fife has intensified after vandals repeatedly attacked the historic site.

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“Stairs at Wemyss Caves to be shored up thanks to repair cash” – The Courier

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."

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SWACS Boat Planter in East Wemyss

Have you spotted our new Boat Planter in East Wemyss, modelled after the boat carving in Jonathan’s Cave? Built by SWACS volunteers and installed on the waterfront. Our thanks to all involved!

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“Cave tours to help combat vandalism” – Kingdom FM

A group protecting one of the most historically significant cave drawings in Scotland is offering tours this month to help educate people.

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“Kingdom come: the neglected beauty of the south Fife coast” – The Herald

“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.”

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“Four secret corners of Scotland that you should know”

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

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New signs at the caves

New signage has been installed at the caves to highlight their historic importance and help discourage vandalism.

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