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Winter's Last - Herring Tales

Winter's Last - Herring Tales

28 January 2021 7:01 - 28 January 2021

Join the Scottish Fisheries Museum and storyteller Jan Bee Brown at the the Taibhsear Collective’s online festival:

Winter’s Last: A Celebration of Scottish Folklore, Traditions and Community Practices

Jan will be telling her Herring Tales, inspired by Scottish fishing and knitting communities, with related craft activities, at:

7pm, 28th January 2021

Book online and see the full programme at:

If you missed the chance to book, or want to try the activity in your own time, why not break up the home schooling and make a pie with the drawings by Jan and some recycled materials, or create your own silver darlings! Find the guidelines to stargazey pie here:

Send a photo to us on Facebook or Twitter @scotfishmuseum. We can’t wait to see your creative pies!

Museum Closed for Christmas and New Year

Museum Closed for Christmas and New Year

21 December 2020 10:00 - 03 February 2021 16:30

The Museum is closed from the 21st of December for Christmas and New Year.

Best wishes for the festive season from all at the Scottish Fisheries Museum!



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St Ayles, Harbourhead, Anstruther, Fife KY10 3AB
Tel (within UK): 01333 310628
Tel (from outside UK): +44 1333 310628
Charity Number: SC 006185 VAT Reg Number: 270 2790 64
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