St. Monans Windmill

St. Monans Windmill

St Monans Windmill is the last surviving windmill in Fife, and it is thought that this 18th century windmill acted as the powerhouse of the salt-pans, the remains of which can be seen in the landscape around it. It is situated on a bank above the salt-pans and beach below and is an impressive site. The windmill is currently being used by the Coastguards, where the voluntary Coastwatch keep an eye out for boats that may be in trouble. The Bass Rock often looks white, it is a bird sanctuary, and is jam-packed…continue reading →
St Monans Art Festival 2019

St Monans Art Festival 2019

This is the second time I have taken part in St Monans Community Arts Festival. there were 20 Open Houses with artists showing their work. So much to see and do, I managed to view 13 of the 20 before tiring myself out. There were many activities and workshops held throughout the weekend. I attended a superb workshop held by Susan Forsyth: Coastal Scenes with a Palette Knife, very inspiring! A very enjoyable event, well worth coming along. The arts festival was set up in 2009 by a group of local people, the…continue reading →
St Monans Arts Festival 2018

St Monans Arts Festival 2018

This was my first year in St Monans, and the first time I've taken part in St Monans Community Arts Festival. There were many activities and workshops held throughout the weekend. A very enjoyable event for adults and children alike! The arts festival was set up in 2009 by a group of local people, the festival was built around the talented people living in or with strong connections to the village of St Monans, and has been a great success ever since. https://stmonans.org.uk/blog/category/community/st-monans-arts-festival-community/continue reading →