IT’s FESTIVAL month!
2-30.8.17 @ 11.15am to 4pm
Wallace Monument, Abbeycraig, Causewayhed, Stirling.
This is the month in 1305 when Wallace was capture and killed. The monument have wonderful, costumed depictions of the many different parts of this famous, historic mans story. Well worth the visit and check the website for the different stories on different days.
Ignition Festival of Motoring @ 10am-6pm
For all the vehicle enthusiasts at Lochend…from F1 to Clkassic cars to Motor bIkes, there are track sessions to be had or just toggle at all things motoring!
Free (for under 8’s)/£27.50/£40
4-28.8.17 almost 24 hours a day!!!
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh.
Internationally recognised as one of the best festivals in the world it would be a shame to not visit whilst your here. Only an hour from Lochend, take the park and ride, and either organise like a military operation (not too much geographical distance between venues!) or do as we did for several years when the children were between the ages of 5 and 12 and roam the streets, watch the street performers and soaking up the atmosphere.
Free to £60!
5-13.8.17 @ 10am to 6pm
The Pittenweem Arts Festival.
This small festival of art and artisans has grown to just the right size. Such a huge array of talent on show and to purchase! And a trip to the beautiful East Neuk of Fife is one we often recommend is your looking for a bit of beach from your Scottish holiday. So a combined day out is highly recommended. Victoria’s personal favourite. Add in the Gardens at Kellie Castle and you’ll have satisfied history, beach and art all in the one day!
Free to £25
18-21.8.17 @ 2pm
Doune The Rabbit Hole.
A boutique music festival that manages a lovely line-up of music, theatre, comedy and spoken word performances. It couldn’t get more local…1 mile up the road!
26.8.17 @ 10am to Midnight
Landrovers, music, food and fun from our great pals at Monachyle Mhor….just a fun day out.