We meet in the Town Hall every Tuesday from 7 pm -10 pm. Beginning October until End March.
Crail Bridge Club
Contact: John Marshall 01333 450303
Founded in 2003 we began as 12 amateur artists which has now grown to over 40 members, We hold regular exhibitions - East and Pre-Christmas and do a children’s workshop as part of Crail Festival in July every year.
Enjoyment comes from meeting with fellow artists and learning from each other,
We meet in the British Legion Hall in Nethergate between January and April & September to December. Wednesdays (except 1st Wednesday of the month) 6:30pm-9:30pm and Sundays 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Crail Art Group
Contact: Mrs Auriol Wood 01333 450805
The Club was founded in January 2015 with the objectives of pursuing
a) The appreciation and knowledge of wine
b) To have a convivial time
c) To support the objectives of Crail Preservation Society
We welcome new members and guests
Crail Wine Club
Contact: David Jerdan 01333 450797
Crail Community Choir
Crail Monday Club
Contact: Caroleen McGregor 01333 51173
A variety of hand crafts - no tutoring involved (eg. Needlework, knitting, crocheting, etc)
We meet every Thursday 2pm-4pm in the Legion Hall, Nethergate, between October & December and January to March
Crail Craft Group
Contact: Rona Phillips
CSCDC meets every Wednesday evening 7.30 - 9.30 October to March in Crail Town Hall.
Crail Scottish Country Dance Club
Contact: Elspeth Hunter 01333 451442
The club usually meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month in Crail Town Hall. We offer a wide range of musical styles under the loose heading of folk. A friendly club with opportunities for anyone to perform alongside top name guests
Crail Folk Club
Contact: Tony Kingsbury 01333 450572
or Jill Saunderson 01333 312485
Crail History Society
Contact: Sylvia Shepherd 01333 450470
'Crail in Bloom' plant and maintain the flower tubs and barrier baskets on Marketgate, St Andrews Road and the High Street. We have also started to plant an orchard in the field between Kirk Wynd and Roome Bay Avenue. We are entirely a volunteer organisation and raise funds for the plants, compost, new tubs and so on by holding regular coffee mornings, a plant sale and many generous donations. The tubs are watered and dead headed throughout the season by volunteers and we also plant for a spring display of violas and bulbs. In 2015, we were very proud to have been awarded a Gold certificate in the Beautiful Fife competition.
Crail in Bloom
Contact: Susan Reynolds 01333 451974
A fun event for food lovers by food lovers.
Tastings, demos, food stalls, talks.
Music events with food and food events with music!
Special offers and festival menus in local eateries
Its mission is to promote an interest in locally grown and produced food in Fife, and to generate interest in using locally sourced food whether you are living in or visiting Crail.
Our remit is "to encourage the study, practice and knowledge of the performing and community arts in Scotland and in particular to promote the arts in the Royal Burgh of Crail, and to encourage tourism by any event, function or activity deemed appropriate by the festival committee, consistent with the purposes and all clauses of the Deed of Trust of the Royal Burgh of Crail Festival Society". We address this remit principally by organising an annual festival that is a celebration of art and entertainment featuring events for all age groups. Uniquely among local festivals, children's events feature strongly in our programmes.