FULLY BOOKED – Geology Wild Walk

Posted on 22nd May 2017 by Rosanna Zywietz

Saturday 17th June, 10am – 1.30pm, Elie (mini bus from Kirkcaldy train station)

Kincraig head is one of the geological jewels of Fife. It shows how the county was created through geological time and how the climate has affected our landscape through the ages. It is also a wonderful place to observe our coastal wildlife.

Join us on a walk along the coastline, and exploring it’s geology and the impacts Climate Change is having on it. Mini bus travel will be provided from Kirkcaldy to Elie for free. We’ll be meeting at Kirkcaldy train station (side with Aldi), near the taxi stand. The minibus WILL DEPART at 10am SHARP, so please BE EARLY to avoid disappointment. We will return to the Kirkcaldy train station for 1.30pm. Please wear suitable clothing/shoes and dress with the Scottish weather in mind!

It’s free to come along, but booking is required as places are limited. Please book your place by calling 01592 858458, emailing info@greenerkirkcaldy.org.uk or dropping into our High Street Hub, 254a High Street, Kirkcaldy, Wednesday to Saturday, 10am – 4pm.

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