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The thin end of the wedge for
Dave Morris, The Edinburgh Evening News, 14 July
We walked across the fairway, and exchanged a friendly word
with the golfers as they passed by. The lady was from Vancouver, enjoying the
fine weather and facilities at Archerfield Links in East Lothian.
Work on coastal path soon to be
The Courier, 6 September 2002
Work to upgrade the coastal path between Crail and the Tay
Bridge should be completed by the end of October, Scottish Enterprise Fife has
Society defends walkers' rights more
Michael Alexander, The Courier, 27 May 2002
A national organisation which represents the legal interests
of the public during rights of way disputes has defended peoples right to
access a section of the Fife coastal path.
Public access to property questioned by
The Courier, 25 May 2002
A Fife landowner who has questioned the local
authoritys claim that part of the Fife Coastal Path near Kingsbarns is a
right of way yesterday raised doubts over the whole question of public access
to private property.
Path not right of way - landowner more
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 23 May 2002
A Fife landowner has taken issue with a statement from Fife
Council that the well-used Fife Coastal Path in the Kingsbarns area is a public
right of way.
Path closure attempt stopped in its
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 22 May 2002
The organisers of this years Dunhill Links
Championship have failed in their bid to enforce closure of a section of the
Fife coastal path when the competition is held in October.
Golf links path closure row more
Michael Alexander, The Courier, 21 May 2002
A Fife golf course which has been showered with praise since
it opened during the Millennium Open at St Andrews has been bunkered by a
planning dispute over access to an ancient coastal path.
Coastal path work to start more
The Citizen, 15 December 2000
Concerns over the part of the Coastal Path, which runs from
Boarhills to St Andrews, has prompted the towns Community Council to call
for urgent action.
Crumbling coastal path prompts calls for
The Citizen, 29 September 2000
Fife Council is being urged to take action over the coastal
erosion which its claimed puts local ramblers in danger.
Warning signs for coastal path more
Anita Rogan, The Citizen, 23 July 1999
Warning signs are to be erected on the coastal route from St
Andrews to Crail after the path claimed its fourth victim of the year.
J Nicholson, Letter to Editor, The Citizen, 24 July
Has anyone else noticed that the countryside around Crail
and Kingsbarns is rapidly being ruined? go to
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