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Wemyss Ware Web Links
Bonjour cards offer a selection of beautiful cards inspired by 'Wemyss Ware' designs. To visit their site please go to: www.bonjourcards.com
'Kirkcaldy Potteries' is a beautifully presented and thoroughly-researched book by Carol McNeill featuring 'Wemyss Ware' . Visit her website at; www.carolmcneill.co.uk
The Ceres Highland Games are the oldest in Scotland, dating from the Battle of Bannockburn. They are held annually on the last Saturday in June. Visit their website at; www.ceresgames.co.uk
The Fife Folk Museum is situated in the old weighhouse and jail of Ceres Village. It has a website; www.fifefolkmuseum.org
The Scottish Pottery Society offers members an insight into the many potteries which thrived in Scotland in the past. It has branches throughout Scotland and a website; www.scottishpotterysociety.co.uk
Get advice and ideas about visiting Fife at Tripadvisor www.tripadvisor.co.uk
Information about St Andrews at www.saint-andrews.co.uk
For useful information relating to the clan Wemyss and all things Scottish go to: www.scotsconnection.com
Scotland’s tourism industry has a national website that is fully translated into French and German. For accommodation in Fife including hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and self catering see BienvenueenEcosse.com and WillkommeninSchottland.com.
The Kingdom of Fife accommodation page provides information on everything there is to see and do in the Fife area.