Kirkcaldy premises open doors to the public

Sarah Roxburgh, right, with Sandra Duncan
Sarah Roxburgh, right, with Sandra Duncan

Over 20 venues in central Fife, from Leven to Cowdenbeath, are due to open to the public this Sunday as part of Doors Open Days, Scotland’s largest free annual architectural event, in which people have the chance to see around significant local buildings.

One of the venues taking part is the new Windmill Community Campus in Kirkcaldy, which brings together Rosslyn Primary School, Viewforth High School, East Kirkcaldy Local Office and Sinclairtown library.

Sarah Roxburgh community use area team manager – pictured right at the campus with Sandra Duncan, business manager of Viewforth High School – said: “There is also a wide range of sports and leisure facilities. It’s designed as a community campus, meaning everyone in the community can enjoy the space.”

For a list of all the Fife premises taking part in this year’s Doors Open Days – which includes around a dozen Kirkcaldy venues – pick up a free brochure at libraries, council offices, community centres and tourist information centres, or download one from Fife Direct