Afternoon teas now being served at Heaven Scent café at DCL&G!

We’re delighted to announce that we are now serving afternoon teas at our café at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries.

With a mouth-watering range of sandwiches, scones, cakes and macarons washed down with house tea and coffee, our afternoon teas make a fantastic treat as well as a great way to celebrate.

Click here for more details, and email us at to book.

Span – A Tale of Three Bridges: Every day until 15th April

A hands-on family friendly exploration of the three iconic bridges across the Forth.

Learn about the bold Victorians who risked their lives to create the magnificent rail bridge. How did the ‘spider men’ of the road bridge get their nickname? And how close did we come to having a tunnel under the Forth rather than the newly opened Queensferry Crossing?

Featuring historic photographs of all three bridges.

Fife Social networking event – 22nd February at DCLG

ONFife will be hosting Fife Chamber of Commerce‘s “Fife Social” networking event in the Canmore Room of Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries on Thursday 22nd February from 4.30 – 7pm.

Chamber members will have the opportunity to find out more about other businesses as well as promote their own over Heaven Scent tea, coffee and afternoon tea style canapés. Guests will also be offered a tour of exhibits and facilities of the prestigious, award-winning DCL&G.

If you’d like to attend, click here for more information about joining Fife Chamber of Commerce.

Gaelic / Scots Bookbug: First Tuesday of every month

Join us at Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries on the first Tuesday of every month for a special bilingual Gaelic and Scots Bookbug session. Learn Gaelic through nursery rhymes and songs together, no experience of Gaelic is neccessary to enjoy these sessions, or sing along with some traditional Scots songs.

Bookbug is a free story, song and rhyme session for children aged 0-4 and their families.  Theres no need to book for theses sessions.

If you’d like to know more about these sessions please contact Kirsty Strachan at