For Free: Meet the locals at Kennoway Community Shed.
The main aim of Kennoway Community Shed is to improve the natural environment
in and around the village but it’s also a hub for activities such as crafts,
cooking, baking and computer classes – and a cup of tea and a chat. Or,
whatever the weather, enjoy the invigorating sea air with a walk along the
golden beach that stretches along the Forth from Lundin Links to Lower
For Fun: Head to Levenmouth Swimming Pool, with its wave machine, giant water slide, water cannons and geysers. If your idea of fun involves taking it easy, there’s also a sauna, steam room and spa bath. And if you’d like to add a continental touch to your day, head along to Scoonie Bowling Club, where Petong is now on offer as well as traditional Crown Green Bowling.
For Heritage & Culture: Pay a visit to The Wemyss School of Needlework in Coaltown of Wemyss. Founded in 1877, The Wemyss School of Needlework has a fascinating museum about the miners’ daughters who learnt their needlework skills there and also holds regular needlework courses.
Wild swimming (known locally as ‘going for a dook’!) is very popular in Fife, with swimmers from near and far taking full advantage of the Kingdom’s sandy beaches and sheltered bays.