Cupar


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Cupar

(ko͞o`pər), town (1991 pop. 6,642), Fife, Scotland. Cupar was a royal burgh in 1356; it remains the administrative center of Fife. The town is a grain and livestock market, with tanning, agricultural engineering, and milling industries.
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A funeral service will be held in Cupar, Fife, on Thursday and a collection will be taken for the RNLI and the Bluebell Woodland Trust.
Service to operate on TWO routes:- Cupar Train Station to Stenton (Glenrothes): via Ceres and Markinch- Cupar Train Station to Levenmouth: via St Andrews, Anstruther, Elie and St MonansServices to arrive a Stenton and Levenmouth no later than 9.
Cupar (Scotland), July 5(ANI): A bowl of porridge made in Scotland has smashed the world record for being the largest ever made, weighing 690 kilograms.
The chain will open two stores, in Cupar and Forfar in Fife, in the next two weeks.
The If Walls Could Talk project is transforming 180ft of peace line on Cupar Way with murals depicting loyalist and unionist history.
Mary Anne Braithwaite Retired permit-holder and owner/breeder Cupar, Fife
Fife Police confirmed a 17-year-old male would appear before Cupar Sheriff Court on Monday in connection with the death.
The acquisitions come just months after Reg Vardy bought three new dealerships at Perth and Cupar.
It included fatal diseases on Donegal islands, the burning of Cupar Street in 1969 and the search for an Ulster 107-year-old who was seven at the turn of the century.
LEEDS manager David O'Leary knows his dream of reaching the Champions League final is still very much alive - particularly after watching Valencia coach Hector Cupar sit and suffer on the sidelines.
The five, who appeared before Cupar Sheriff Court, were arrested in separate incidents between Friday and Sunday.
The three-week-old tot was found at a flat in Cupar, Fife, in the early hours of Saturday.