1 Discover 'the place of the caves'! Did you know that's the meaning behind the name Pittenweem? Our little village is an old Pictish settlement and it was converted to christianity by St Fillan. He made his home in a cave that you can still visit on Cove Wynd. Discover more of this local history at http://bbc.in/1UQ8Zk0
2 We'll be honest, the weekend forecast is mixed but enjoy the flashes of sunshine from an alfersco table on the square at our Funky Scottish cafe-gallery-boutique. We're on the high street in Pittenweem and serve tempting savouries + a completely delicious range of home-made cakes, with illy coffee and a selection of refreshing teas.
3 Head up to the braes for a great view of our village and all along the coastline. Watch out for storms rolling across the Firth of Forth as you play on the swings!
4 Raining? Head to Anstruther and sit-in for your fish and chips overlooking the marina at Anstruther Fish Bar. We also love discovering the stories behind our harbours and their fishermen at the Scottish Fisheries Museum.
5 Are you cooking dinner this Easter Sunday? Impress your guests by serving up on our Funky Scottish collection of contemporary, coastal-inspired kitchenware.
6 Experience a mini version of our annual Pittenweem Arts Festival this weekend.... the Easter Artists and Galleries Weekend is happening in Pittenweem from 25th - 28th March.
7 Lastly, roll an egg! With so many braes and wynds right here in Pittenweem, who could resist?
Happy Easter! xoxo