Kirkcaldy Civic Society was founded in 1974.

Our Honorary President is Sir Michael Nairn Bt., DL, MBA  

The society is a voluntary organisation and is a registered charity.

Scottish Charity Number SC011554



KCS became affiliated to the Scottish Civic Trust in 1976.



 We hold a subscription to the Scottish Local History Forum


We receive a great deal of help from Fife College


also: Medieval Methil, Auld Kirk Players, Kirkcaldy Amateur Dramatics Society (KADS), Fife Council,
Ross Hugh and Rover Scouts, Members of St Andrews First Aid and Don Swanson

Links with other groups and individuals..

We have used lottery money over the years to purchase...

a laptop & data projector for our talks, portable speakers for our walkabouts, a slide scanner for archiving slides and negatives

and a printer to produce our programmes and newsletters etc.

 National Lottery (Awards For All)

Awarded National Lottery Funding


John McDouall Stuart MuseumMural in Mercat (now gone)Nether Street, once the site of Nairns FollyTiel BridgeCandlemakers Grave, Feuars Graveyard, PathheadPillans Pie shop workers from long ago

Committee members and information.


Gifts to Kirkcaldy

Deputation to the Scottish Parliament

KCS members at Kirkcaldy railway station on their way to hand over the Ravenscraig Park (Common Good Land) petition to the Scottish Parliament.

The society has gifted the town of Kirkcaldy with a tree and two benches over the years.

Unfortunately the society does not have an office.