Fife Pilgrim Way Update

Mon 12 Feb 18

Update from Fife Coast & Countryside Trust

"The section of the Fife Pilgrim Way between Markinch and Ceres is now largely complete, while work to repair an ancient section of footpath in North Queensferry from the Forth Rail Bridge to Carlingnose Point is underway.  

We have engaged Thomson Landscapes Ltd to repair this historically significant section of the path, by reusing the original cobbles where possible, supplemented by new whinstone and granite setts. 

As part of the works the contractor is providing skills training to young people on the ‘Our Bright Future’ programme, ensuring these traditional building skills are kept alive.  Eight trainees will have the opportunity to learn traditional stonework techniques as part of repair works. 

Discover remarkable sites and stories of the Kingdom’s pilgrim and medieval heritage by attending our free public talks at key locations along the Fife Pilgrim Way.  To find out more about scheduled events visit http://fifecoastandcountrysidetrust.co.uk/Events

Please be aware that the Fife Pilgrim Way is currently not open."

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