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Kirkcaldy Civic Society visit the Scottish Parliament

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On Wednesday 21st February 2007, a deputation from the committee of KCS travelled to the Scottish Parliament to lodge a petition of nearly 3,500 names in an attempt to prevent the sale of a section of Ravenscraig Park by Fife Council.

Our photo shows the group at Kirkcaldy Railway Station at the start of their journey. Left to right: Mr. Don Swanson, Mrs Mary Hall, Mr. David Galloway, Mrs. Hazel Weierter and, in the foreground, Mrs. Ann Wattters MBE

The land was going to be used for residential housing which was not the purpose intended for the park which was gifted to the town by the Nairn family in 1929. KCS decided to take action.

The ground has become the Ravenscraig Walled Community Garden.

The photo was taken on the 9th September 2012, Doors Open Day.

Ravenscraig Walled Community Garden

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Ravenscraig Park plaque

The aims of Kirkcaldy Civic Society are...

2013 Ravenscraig Castle BBQ

Ravenscraig Castle 2013

A view from the castle grounds.

‘Mary of Guise’, the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots, was our special guest at the bbq and this year was assisted by two beautifully dressed attendants.

Mary of Guise and her two attendants

KCS would like to thank all those who attended the event. Come and join us next year !

To see photos of past years events click here

Our bbq took place on Sunday 23rd June.
Medieval Methil entertained the crowds and there were two tours of the castle.

Evening Visit - Allen Court (formerly Allen Litho Printers)
Meet at the entrance (top of Oswald’s Wynd)

Thursday 15th May


Members: FREE          Non-members: £1.00

KCS plaques record important events, buildings and people to do with the history of Kirkcaldy.

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