In order to develop a strategy and action plan for developing Fife's harbours and coastal communities, Campbell Macrae Associates were commissioned in 2014 to carry out a study of the facilities and activities at the region's 37 harbours, ports and piers. A copy of the report findings can be found here: http://www.fifetourismpartnership.org/resources/fife-harbours-strategic-study/fife-harbours-strategic-study/
COASTAL ROWING is booming in Fife, where as well as being great
exercise it’s also bringing communities together. A powerful example of
this is in Kinghorn, where for the past year a group of enthusiasts have
been hand-building their own St Ayles skiff, a seven-metre wooden boat
for four rowers and a cox.
In between building for more than 800 hours, club members have
practised their rowing skills with clubs at North Queensferry, Crail,
Anstruther, Pittenweem and St Andrews.
A “splinter group” set about making the oars, foot-rests and oar
pivots for the skiff, while the club logo is based on a design by a pupil at
Kinghorn primary school and developed by a local artist as well as being depicted in mosaic on Quarrell Brae .To find out more, search for Kinghorn Coastal Rowing Club on Facebook. or email email@example.com
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