Waid commemorates Battle of the Somme heroes.
Pupils from Waid Academy, Anstruther, have created this stunning sand picture to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.The names at the foot of the drawing are taken from the war memorial inside Waid Academy.
The company who helped them carry out the drawing are Sand in Your Eye.
Don’t panic, Clive is alive!
We wanted to let you know that Clive the peacock is very much still the star of the show at Pittencrieff Park. We've heard of local concern that he is no longer with us but are pleased to report that he’s doing fine! In fact, he’s looking forward to welcoming another peacock and peahen to the park in the next few weeks which will bring the total number in the sanctuary to five. He’s enjoying not being on his lonesome any more and knows that he’ll always be your favourite!
Fife votes No. YES: 114,148 (44.95%) NO: 139,788 (55.05%) #indyref
Following the last debate of the day, cllrs at the Full Council meeting have agreed to oppose all fracking and UGE (unconventional gas extraction) in Fife.
Cllrs at Full Council have agreed to encourage all primary schools across the Kingdom to take part in a Daily Mile exercise campaign to help keep Fife kids fit and healthy.