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Fife Shopping

There's a great choice of shops and shopping in Fife & St. Andrews. From chique and trendy to more traditional.

Hotels near St Andrews
The Albany St Andrews3 starfrom £61.00
Ogstons On North Street3 starfrom £82.00
Greyfriars Hotel from £60.00
West Park House from £90.00
Hotel Du Vin, St Andrews4 starfrom £124.00
 

Kingdom Shopping Centre

The Kingdom Centre forms the main shopping element of Glenrothes town centre. It is the largest indoor shopping centre in Fife and is one of the largest single-level indoor shopping centres in Scotland with around 40,000 sq m (430,000 sq ft) of (gross) floorspace. The centre is popular locally and has some of the highest levels of footfall in Fife.[1] The centre currently contains over 100 shops as well as a variety of cafes, the town's central library, the Rothes Halls- the town's theatre and a bingohall and cinema also form part of the shopping complex. The town's main bus station is located next to the southeast end of the centre. Key stores in the Kingdom Centre include Dunnes, JD Sports, Boots, Poundland, Argos and New Look.

 

Mercat Shopping Centre

With over 40 stores and cafes, the Mercat Shopping Centre in Kirkcaldy offers great value and choice when shopping in Fife. Situated next to Kirkcaldy High Street, the wide range of Town Centre leisure facilities and shops in Kirkcaldy are located in one area, making it ideal when looking for things to do in Fife. The newly refurbished Marks and Spencer, TK Maxx, BHS and Boots are among the big brand stores in the Kirkcaldy Shopping Centre, complimented by a range of well known smaller shops and a popular choice of cafes. At Christmas the famous Mercat Reindeer Parade and the ever popular Santa's Grotto make the Mercat Shopping Centre one of the must do days out in Fife during the festive period. In addition families looking for activities in Fife can visit the nearby art gallery, museum and Adam Smith Theatre.

 

Puddledub Pork

In the heart of west Fife, the sleepy village of Auchtertool can be found. It is here you will find Puddledub Pork, based at Clentrie Farm situated to east of the village. Clentrie enjoys spectacular views out to the River Forth, the Bass Rock and looking north, views of the Lomond Hills . The Mitchells and their ancestors have farmed in this area for over 300 years and are the 4th generation to do so at Clentrie. So it is only natural that farming should be in their blood. They have always had pigs and today it is no different from when their Great-Grandfather Harry Mitchell came to the farm in 1905.

Our Philosophy is simple. Each step from the breeding of our home grown pigs to the butchering and preparation is thoughtfully done with care from conception to consumption. All of our pigs are bred and reared at Clentrie, fed on barley and bedded on loose straw, both grown in the surrounding fields. Our animal’s health and wellbeing are of utmost importance to us. We feel that we can offer all of our animals a good life by letting them grow slowly and giving them the care and attention they need to have a ‘Happy’ life. We have regular visits from the vet and pig consultant who work with us to ensure that every stage of our pig husbandry and animal welfare is to the highest level. We make their food here on the farm, we transport our animals by ourselves on the short journey to the local abattoir to insure stress is kept to an absolute minimum. We believe produce with low food miles that hasn’t been shipped half way around the world is tastier. All of our Pork is hung for up to 10 days which allows the flavour to develop fully and help us produce truly marvellous pork to be enjoyed. On our butchering premises our team have over 160 years experience between them, we use traditional methods to make our dry cured bacon, mild cured hams and pork sausages, by hand, with real ingredients and skills that have been practised for centuries. We are immensely proud of all our products and know you will love them too.