Community Festival video!

The film of our Community Festival held in July is now ready. Thanks again to everyone who came along or helped on the day - see if you can spot yourself in the film!

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Wemyss Caves Community Festival a big hit

A huge thank-you to everyone who came along to the festival on Saturday, and to all the volunteers and performers who worked so hard to make the day a success.

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Sharing Heritage: SWACS receive £3000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant for the Wemyss Caves Community Festival

SWACS has received a £3000 Heritage Lottery Fund Sharing Heritage grant to fund an exciting new community festival.

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SWACS wildlife specimens handed over for education and forensic research

On 6 June SWACS handed over a collection of wild birds’ eggs, plus the preserved skins and pelts of other wildlife specimens, to the National Wildlife Crime Unit

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Going underground: Exploring the caves of Courier Country

Michael Alexander digs deep to explore the folklore behind some of Fife and Tayside’s most famous caves.

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Wemyss Caves Community Festival

SWACS are delighted to announce that we will be holding a Wemyss Caves Family Festival at the caves and castle on the afternoon of Saturday July 21st.

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Keeping an eye on the coastline

How SWACS are using the latest technology to monitor and combat coastal erosion.

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2018 tours up and running

Many thanks to everyone who turned out to volunteer or take a tour last Sunday.

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The story of a Victorian sampler

SWACS archivist Pam Cranston on the history of a charming embroidery sampler in our collection.

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Picts and the Wemyss Caves

To coincide with our appearance on Channel 4’s “Britain at Low Tide”, Joanna Hambly has written a very informative article about the Pictish presence at the Wemyss Caves.

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