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Funbox Highland fling

Hoots mon and help ma boab! Take the high road (or the low road) and get roamin in the gloamin for Funbox’s brand new show. Join Anya, Kevin and Gary and Bonzo the dog as they take a trip to the Highlands of Scotland to battle midgies, become monarchs of the glen and hear the skirl of the bagpipes in their latest singalong adventure. There’s silliness galore and songs to sing in this crazy new show for 2017. You’ll need to help us get the Funbox open – which contains everything you need to sing a song or have an adventure – but which of our special keys should we use? You may even be lucky enough to help the gang on stage!
Packed with family favourites like ‘Shove yer granny aff a bus’, ‘ Tattie Soup’ and ‘The midgies are comin ‘, as well as brand new songs, Highland Fling is the perfect treat for kids of all ages – from nought to ninety
Wear something Tartan and join the hoolie

Anstruther Town Hall

Sunday 4th June 2017

1pm and 3.30pm

Tickets available from

If possible please do not bring pushchairs or prams, if needed they must fold for easy storage.
For those who require additional assistance, please contact us before the event.



The East Neuk Centre Complex in Anstruther has a vacancy for a caretaker/cleaner.

This is a full time post

You will be responsible for the caretaking and cleaning of the complex ensuring they are maintained to a clean, safe and hygienic standard.

Your duties will include security, Health and Safety of users and cleaning using industrial machines.  You will also be a key holder for the premises.

For an application pack contact ,pop into the East Neuk Centre or download from our website

Closing date 12 noon Monday 20th March 2017


Merger of the East Neuk Centre Trust and the Cellardyke Town Hall Committee.

Following some months of discussion The East Neuk Centre trust which runs the East Neuk Centre, Erskine Hall and Anstruther Town Hall in Anstruther and the Cellardyke Town Hall committee recently proposed merging their two groups.

Public consultation took place at the East Neuk Centre AGM on 30th September and again at the Cellardyke Town Hall AGM on 6th October. At both open meetings the proposal was well received by everyone who attended. The next phase will be for the two groups to work together to look at the practicalities of merging , hopefully starting to operate as one from 1st January.

A spokesperson from the Trust said “ with the pressure on the existing halls in the Town it makes sense for the various hall committees to work together to reduce costs and increase revenue. We are sure that adding Cellardyke Town Hall into the mix will enable us to offer a wider variety of venues and facilities for individuals and groups who wish to hire premises. We welcome the many years of experience that the Cellardyke Town Hall committee will bring on board when they become trustees of the larger group”.