What's happening in Dunfermline?

Hello Dunfermline!

As promised last week, more summer events happening in and around Dunfermline.

The Berrylaw Perspective Exhibition is currently running at the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum.

Over the past few months, the museum invited the public to be inspired by Andrew Blair’s painting ‘Dunfermline from the North-West’ 1860 and create their own landscape artwork in nature from the perspective of Berrylaw Hill Dunfermline. 50 artworks submitted by artists are now on display as part of the exhibition.

In the mood for a bit of ghost hunting?

Haunting Nights are bringing their events to Dunfermline Abbey on the 17th of July. Enjoy an interactive ghost walk and have the opportunity to use various methods of ghost hunting to include Victorian seances, table tipping and glass moving as well as the more up to date methods .

This event is for ages 16 and over. For more details click here

If you have an interest in Gaelic then why not join the Pittencrieff Gaelic and Wildlife Walk on the 26th of July?

Join Alexandra Hoadley, Conservation Project Officer for Fife Coast and Countryside Trust, and Kirsty Strachan, Community Development Worker (Gaelic) at Fife Council, for a walk around the beautiful Pittencrieff Park!

They will be looking at the trees and plants within the park, and learning about the Gaelic names, history and heritage behind them.


Until next week



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