Royal Burgh of Kinghorn - for residents and visitors alike

See the attached poster for details of how the Club works and how it helps our Community Centre.

 2011 “Come & Try Day” a wonderful experience in May.

 KLUG consists of the many clubs that use the loch on a regular basis.  These are canoeists, sailing club, carp fishermen, walkers, birdwatchers and landowners from around the loch.  The group first came together 10 years ago and its first task was to construct rafts to float on the loch to take the barley straw.  Since then the group has successfully built a new jetty and soon hopes to look at making some floating islands to give some birds their own safe nesting places.  


 KLUG held  its fourth annual “Come and Try” day when everyone is welcome to come along and find out if they would like to take up a new hobby.


For a history of the loch see the Environment page.

Kinghorn Sailing Club

Kinghorn Sailors ready to go.

Kinghorn Canoe Club preparing the Scout canoes for youngsters

Kirkcaldy Canoe Club getting organised

Launching the Kinghorn Loch “Bird Book” and the Community website stall.

Lots of fun for one and all on a bright sunny day interrupted by occasional heavy stormy showers. Only problem was it was too windy for the inexperienced to go out of the bay, but of course, that was great for those who dared the dinghy sailing.

Youngsters were out in the canoes right up to 5pm and even after that some hardy teenagers went for a swim in the bay.

We also tried out our new work boat and it was just the ticket.

Kinghorn Lifeboat held its annual Open Day on Saturday, 16th July at the Lifeboat Station on Kinghorn Harbour Beach.

The Open Day, which is the  highlight of the fundraising calendar in Kinghorn featured a number of attractions including stalls, amusements and a rescue demonstration by the lifeboat.

Despite being wet in the early morning and with very heavy showers in the evening, the hundreds of visitors that attended had a great day out with occasional sunshine, a lot of heavy skies and warm weather.

Over £4000 was raised by the day and we can look forward to another great day in October with the “Spooky Walks” to herald Halloween.

See the Lifeboat website for a full report.


Lots going on on Kinghorn Promenade Kinghorn Lifeboat during demonstrations Plant and Bric-a-Brac stalls, Burgers and visits to the Fife Engine Beach games for the young and young-at-heart

Come and enjoy a fundraising BBQ in aid of Kinghorn Loch Users Group, on Friday 19th August from 6pm to 9pm at Craigencalt.Cottage.

To help with catering, please let us know if you wish to come.  All friends are welcome.


See the News page for details.

A great exhibition - that is everyone’s verdict on the Kinghorn Artists exhibition this year. Some stunning compliments have been entered into the Visitors Book.

The exhibition, from eleven local professional artists is on until 31st July, from 10am to 4pm in the Community Centre.

See the News page for details.