TWO free coastal-themed events can be enjoyed at Fisherrow Links on Sunday.

They have been organised by Fisherrow Harbour & Seafront Association.

The Nevis Ensemble, Scotland’s street orchestra, will make a return visit to the town after the success of its recent pop-up performance, which attracted about 80 spectators, including local schoolchildren.

The performance at 2.30pm is taking place as part of the Year of Coasts & Waters tour.

A family storytelling session with Tim Porteus can be enjoyed at 3.30pm, in conjunction with the Scottish International Storytelling Festival’s ‘Big Scottish Storytelling Ripple’, supported by TRACS (Traditional Arts Culture Scotland) and the Scottish Storytelling Forum.

The event, aimed at adults and children aged eight and over, is free but participants are being asked to request a place, dress for the weather and take along something to sit on.

Everyone who attends is asked to take a very short positive/inspirational message which will be painted on stones to decorate the promenade and beach.

People are also welcome to paint their own stones and take them to the event.

To book a place, email