Burntisland Online is a marvellous site which covers almost every imaginable aspect - historical and contemporary - of this seaside resort in Fife. It is closely linked to the Burntisland Heritage Trust, details of which can be found on the site
Formed in 1989, the Fife Family Historical Society (a registered Scottish Charity) contains comprehensive resources for those wishing to trace their Fife genealogy. The site provides much useful information and guidance and many valuable links dealing with Fife's historical past
This stimulating website celebrates the artwork of Fife-born artist, John Rodger (1915-1999). John was active as an artist for six decades and his artwork varied greatly over these years in both style and technique. Although he produced some very interesting landscapes his main interest was colour theory and this heavily influenced the development of his work which concentrated on highly visual abstract art
Kirkcaldy Civic Society is a very active organisation which not only promotes Kirkcaldy's rich and varied history but also works as a contemporary organisation to promote the town's best interests. It also has a considerable say in proposals for future developments. The Society takes an active interest in local education and encouraging people to take pride in the town and its heritage and has a regular programme of trips, walks and talks related to the town's history
This excellent site showcases a diverse range of original artwork and craft design by artists and skilled crafts people working in Fife. Members of Made in Fife can be found at studios and workshops in 14 towns and villages across the county
Web and print design company based in Leominster, Herefordshire.
Tel: 01568 612460
A Scottish Directory of websites to do with Scotland, things Scottish, or organisations based in Scotland - a wide range of Scottish things, not just Art!
This is a fascinating, comprehensive and authoritative examination of all aspects of the history of the Fife coalfields. Many interesting illustrations and maps too. The site is run jointly by Michael Martin, his son, Colin, and Chris Sparling
An excellent site by Tommy Manson concerning a wide range of aspects of Fife's history and heritage. An interesting and informative section on Fife dialect!
This excellent site deals with virtually all aspects of Scotland's past and present. Although primarily for the North American Scottish Community it is of great value to people of Scots descent around the world irrespective of where they live.