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04 Dec 2019
Scottish Fisheries Museum, Anstruther on 6 December from 1800
This event really does have something for everyone, with festive lamp-lit parades, a bouncy castle, bucking reindeer, science experiments and performances.
Accessible, Dog Friendly, Child Friendly
Go by bus: The 95 and X60 routes serve Anstruther.
Lochgelly Centre, Lochgelly on Thursday 12 December at 1100 or 1400
A relaxed screening of the original 1947 version of the film. Open to all but especially for people with dementia and their family, friends and carers.
Dementia Friendly, Child Friendly, Accessible
Go by bus: The route 19 serves Lochgelly.
Lochore Meadows, Lochgelly on Sunday 15 December from 1000
The Loch Leven Santa Run and Lochore Santa Festival have 3 event distances to choose from – 7.5KM, 5km and 2.5km. There will also be market stalls and inflatables to enjoy.
Dog Friendly, Child Friendly, Accessible
Go by bus: The route 19 serves Lochgelly and the bus stop is at the park entrance.