Duggy Dug cartoon to be shown at Bell Rock Tavern referendum event


The Bell Rock Tavern in Tayport, Fife is to play host to a referendum special event as Yes North East Fife and Hear The Nation invite you join a day of discussion, debate, drama, song and story.

The day kicks off at 11am on Saturday 3rd, May with a Yes Cafe which will cater for shoppers, families and others who wish to question campaigners over coffee and cake. The cafe will run until 2pm and will include a Duggy Dug film show from 1pm until 1.30pm.

Next invited speakers including Andy Collins of the Scottish Green Party and Stephen Gethins, former special advisor to the First Minister, among others will hold a series of discussions examining the opportunities that a Yes vote in September’s Independence Referendum would present to the people of Scotland.

There will be a prize draw, a question and answer session and film screenings. The day will be interspersed with music and the whole thing will be rounded off with performances from Alan Bissett, Sheena Wellington, local band Balvaig and piper Calum Winter. This evening of folk and drama will include an open mic session.

Admission is free for what looks to be a great event – exciting, informative and entertaining!

Alan Bissett award winning author and playwright
Sheena Wellington Scotland’s leading traditional singer
Peter A Bell freelance writer and political commentator
Anne Rendall Business for Scotland leader in Dundee, journalist, writer and owner of Vine Marketing
Sandra Webster Scottish Socialist Party co-spokesperson
Stephen Gethins former special advisor to Scotland’s First Minister and European Parliamentary candidate
Roderick Campbell North East Fife MSP
Andy Collins Scottish Green Party and spokesperson for Yes North East Fife
Calum Winter Fife’s top young piper
Balvaig Folk Band see balvaig.co.uk

The Bell Rock Tavern, 4 – 6 Dalgleish Street, DD6 9BB, Tayport, Fife