Scotstarvit Tower, Fife, This 16th century L-plan tower is located two miles south of Cupar and was initially owned by the Inglis family. But it was bought by the Scotts in 1611. Although the Scott family is usually associated with the Scottish Borders, over 100 miles further south, there were Scotts in this part of Fife from early times.
Cupar Farmers Market North Fife
Cupar Farmers Market 15th December, now occupying its pitch in Crossgates Cupar on a two weekly basis adjacent to the Historic Market Cross. Open air markets are growing in popularity, local food, quality products, low food miles, a healthy alternative to Supermarkets which have had a negative impact on local producers. Balhelvie Beef and Lamb. Fabulous succulent meat bred and grown at Balhelvie farm North Fife. Fresh prepared Haddock tied in pairs ready for the smoke. Eaten freshly cooked…
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St Johns Church Cupar
A particular testament to Cupar's historic wealth and importance is its fine and varied collection of churches. Especially striking is St John's Church in Bonnygate, built in 1878. Viewed from the street its 150ft spire seems impossibly tall for so narrow a church. The building took two years to complete and including the site cost £10,108. This cost was met largely by a bequest from Sir David Baxter of £7,500 and the proceeds of the first church. The new St John's set back from the street…