Kirkcaldy Civic Society

Their aims are: to stimulate public interest in and care for, the beauty, history and character of the area of the town and its surroundings; to encourage the preservation, development and improvement of features of general public amenity or historic interest; to encourage high standards of architecture and town planning; and to record all aspects of the past.
KCS plaques remind the public of the people, buildings and events that are important in the history of Kirkcaldy.

http://www.kirkcaldycivicsociety.co.uk/

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Adam Smith Halls planned by Provost Michael Beveridge (1835 - 90) opened in 1899 by Andrew Carnegie in recognition of Kircaldy's greatest citizen Adam Smith (1723 - 90) author of "Wealth Of Nations"

Adam Smith Theatre, Bennochy Road, KY1 1ET, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

Subjects
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A. H. McIntosh, furniture manufacturer built this house and the family resided here from 1892-1944

Victoria Hotel, Victoria Road, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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Near here was the Baron Baillie's house in Linktown of Abbotshall when it was a Burgh of the Barony. 1621-1876

Links Street, Linktown, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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Beechwood. Home of Provost Michael Beveridge 1836-1890 donor of the Beveridge Park

Bennochy Road / Hendry Road, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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George Munro 1821-98, born at Hospital Mill, Springfield. Veteran of the Crimean War. Also his wife Jane Williamson, 1830-1919, who travelled to the Crimea with her husband and witnessed the "Charge of the Light Brigade"

Bennochy Cemetery, near lodge, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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This plaque is dedicated to the memory of Flt. Lt. Mike Withey and SAC D. McLoughlin who courageously gave their lives, when their aircraft, a Gloster Meteor MK VII, crashed near this site on 18th October 1957. A tribute received at that time from the head of Templehall School reads: "To the gratetful memory of Flt. Lt. Michael John Withey whose actions as a pilot immediately before his death saved a school and its pupils from a major disaster

road leading from Dunnikier Way up to Dunnikier House Hotel, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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Dunnikier House

Dunnikier House Hotel, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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Dunnikier Union Church

Bottom of The Path, near harbour, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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Eastbank Hotel

Eastbank House, Loughborough Road, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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Fife Pottery

corner of Pottery Street and Rosslyn Street , Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom

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Kirkcaldy Free Church

Tolbooth Street, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom