International Food Festival

Another chance to sample the delectable delights of intercontinental cuisine …

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Saturday 4th March 2017
doors open 6pm until 8pm
in the Kirk Hall,
Station Road, St Mona
ns

Adults £7.50
Seniors £6.50
Child £5.00
Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children under 12) £20

tickets on sale @ door

Raffle : 3 hampers plus one for the kids …

Help to fund the Sea Queen Day in June
– by sampling food from the
far-flung corners of the world in March!

Gardener’s Question Time

Gardener’s Question Time at St Monans

 

Here is a link to Gardener’s Question Time

  • broadcast Friday, 10 February at 3 pm and Sunday, 12 February at 2 pm

on BBC Radio 4 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08cv1g5

 

Over 200 people attended the recording in St Monans’ Church Hall last Monday.

It was very enjoyable and humorous event – with particular guidance for planting in welly boots!

 

Why not listen to the programme and come and see our charming village and harbour with its famous Welly Boot Garden yourself!

Also to be found in St Monans:

 

Beautiful coastal walks

 

Places to eat, drink and stay –

 

Diving Gannet – coffee and gift-shop (re-opening early Spring)

East Pier Smokehouse – seafood café (re-opens 15 April)

Craig Millar – fine dining

Mayview Hotel and family and dog-friendly pub

Also many local B&B’s and holiday lets

 

Harbour

Historic Kirk

Windmill by Old Saltpans

Heritage Collection – (its collection includes photographs of old St Monans)

Nearby – Newark Castle, East Neuk villages and St Andrews

Please note – all photographs are copyright.

Link to Google Map of St Monans