There are lots of free activities planned, brought to you by people and services that care about the area and want people to have fun, stay safe and make the most of our gorgeous coastline.
-RNLI lifeboat water rescue display
-Heritage fishing boats from the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther
-A double decker bus
-Emergency Services vehicles
PLUS some low cost 'pocket money' rides and our famous tombola & raffle!!
It will be a fabulous family and dog friendly day, so come and join us.
REMEMBER! There is VERY limited parking available - please consider making your journey here part of the experience and come by bus, bike, or foot.
© Photo by Melanie Roccio
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