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Fife Events

January
Fife Festival of Music
February
Annual Quiz Night
Fife Festival of Music
March
Fairtrade Fortnight
Fife Science Festival
Scottish Brass Band Championships
StAnza: Scotland's Poetry Festival
‘The Lang Spoon Festival’
April
Links Market
St Andrews Golf Week
May
Fife Show
Scottish Motor fair
June
Balcarres International Horse Trials
British Superbike Championship
Central and West Fife Show
Ceres Highland Games
Culross Festival
Drambuie Fife Golf Classic
Fife Historic Vehicles Club Motoring Cavalcade
Leven Vintage Vehicle Rally
Markinch Highland Games
Newburgh Coble Boat Race & Highland Games
Strathmiglo Highland Games
The Big Tent: Scotland’s Festival of Stewardship
Vintage Agricultural Machinery Rally
July
Aberdour Festival
Burntisland Highland Games
Classic Speedfair
Crail Festival
Cupar Highland Games
Dunedin Dancers 19th International Folk Festival
East Neuk Festival
St Andrews Highland Games
T in the Park
Thornton Highland Gathering
August
Aberdour Festival
Anstruther Muster
Auchtermuchty Festival & Traditional Music Festival
Bruce Festival
Carnegie Festival of the Imagination
Cluny Country Fair
Culross Medieval Annual Burgh Fair
Inverkeithing Highland Games
Lammas Fair
Vintage Bus Museum Annual Open Weekend
Women’s British Open 2017
September
British Touring Car Championships
Dunfermline Strathspey and Reel Society present 17th Fiddlers' Rally
Elmwoodstock
Kaleidoscope Festival
Naturally Fife Festival and Flower Show
RAF Leuchars Airshow
October
Dunfermline Folk Weekend
November
St Andrews Food & Drink Festival
TAFAC Annual Archaeology Conference
December
Hogmanay Ball

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The Ancient Kingdom is Fife is known around the world as the home of Golf and there are plenty of Golf related attractions across the county with St Andrews at the fore. Away from the sport Fife contains some of the finest Historic Houses, Abbeys and Gardens that Scotland has to offer.

Aberdour | Anstruther | Billowness | Burntisland | Crail | Culross | Cupar | Dalgety | Dunfermline | Elie | Glenrothes | Inchcolm | Kingsbarns | Kirkcaldy | Leven | North Queensferry | Pittenweem | St Andrews

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Birthplace of: Robert Adam, Gordon Brown, Adam Smith, Charles I, Kenneth Macmillan, Ian Rankin, Sir Bob Reid, David Steel, David Wilkie, Tobias Smollett, Douglas Young, Iain Menzies Banks, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, David Beaton, Andrew Bell, John Campbell, Thomas Chalmers, Ralph Cochrane, Archibald Constable, David II of Scotland, Dorothy Dunnett, Charlie Cooke, KT Tunstall, Jo Grimond, James I of Scotland, Jennie Lee, John Leslie, David Lyndsay, David Mach, Henry McLeish, Kenneth MacMillan, Peter Mitchell, Joseph Paton, Alexander Selkirk, Jack Vettriano, Andrew Carnegie,

Aberdour

Anstruther

Billowness

Burntisland

Crail

Culross

Cupar

Dalgety

Dunfermline

Elie

Glenrothes

Inchcolm

Kingsbarns

Kirkcaldy

Leven

North Queensferry

Pittenweem

St Andrews

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James Stuart (the Old Pretender) attempts to invade Scotland - 1708, 1st Trams operate in London - 1861, Woolwich Ferry Opens - 1889
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