Kirkcaldy Old Kirk Trust commissioned PeachyKeen to rescue a sadly neglected model of the Old Kirk Tower and turn it into a human powered, audio visual, exhibit, to encourage the visiting public of the need to save energy.
The model was originally built as part of a floral exhibit in the 1990s with an emphasis on the stain glass window, depicting an Old Kirk fire in 1986. This was replicated in the model along with buttons to activate a spectrum of lighting shining from various windows and the Tower louvers plus recordings of the Old Kirk organ and unique sounding Tower Bell.
The model can be wheeled around the Old Kirk so that it can act as a centre piece for events such as concerts, open days, Halloween and Christmas.
Power is provided either by direct mains power or connecting to a PeachyKeen Hand Crank / Pedal Pod device.
Contact us now to find out more about how PeachyKeen could build a human powered exhibit to act as a fun, informative focal point for your organisation.
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