Carnbee, Fife

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Carnbee is located in Fife
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56°14′56″N 2°45′32″W / 56.249°N 2.759°W / 56.249; -2.759Coordinates: 56°14′56″N 2°45′32″W / 56.249°N 2.759°W / 56.249; -2.759

Carnbee is a village and rural parish in the inland part of the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland.


It lies to the north of Anstruther and Pittenweem. There is a very small village and the church (dating from 1793) stands amid agricultural land. The hamlet of Arncroach lies within this parish. It has a nearby cheese factory.

The parish includes Kellie Castle, formerly the seat of the Earls of Kellie and home to the Lorimer family, including Robert Lorimer who designed the pulpit in the parish church and the Carnbee War Memorial.[1]


  1. ^ Dictionary of Scottish Architects: Robert Lorimer

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