To the county of Fife.…which is a peninsula connected to the Edinburgh side by the Forth Bridges in the South and by the Tay Bride to Dundee on the North Coast.
The Tay Bridges are a road and rail bridge. The railbridge is the second bridge ;the first collapsed in the storm of 1879. Immortalised in the poem by
Fife includes the famous golf courses of St Andrews and many more first class golf courses. So if you are coming to visit bring the golf clubs too
Edinburgh Airport is only 35 minutes drive and we are connected to many European Destinations .
Fife has four football teams in the Scottish Leagues, Raith Rovers, East Fife, Cowdenbeath ( The Blue Brazil ) and Dunfermline Athletic.
The economist Adam Smith was born in Fife as was the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. The East of Fife is proud of its fishing heritage with many picturesque coastal villages. The West of Fife was predominately coal mining in the 20th century and one of the only constituencies to elect a communist MP!!
After Glasgow and Edinburgh Fife is the third most populated are in Scotland and voted NO in the Scottish Referendum in 2014 .
A mixture of aspirations and lifestyles from the learned St Andrews and its word famous University to the towns of West Fife which were once summed up in the folksong “The Kelty Clippie “