WEST FIFE'S historic "mini cathedral" will be hosting guided tours and showing off artefacts for Doors Open Day.

St Fillan's Church in Aberdour is celebrating its 900th anniversary and dates from 1123, making it possibly the oldest active church in Scotland.

The building is "one of the finest examples of simple Norman architecture in Scotland" and has been referred to as a "mini cathedral".

It will be open with members of the congregation available to point out history of the church.

Visitors will also be able to see some church 'silver', including Captain Morgan’s 'Pirate' cup, as well as a selection of items from the primary school St Fillan's Exhibition, some of the children's poems and information on the stained glass windows.

There will also be tea, coffee and special limited edition biscuits on offer.

Doors Open Days is Scotland's largest free festival and celebrates places and stories, new and old.

It takes place on September 16 and 17. 

Aberdour Heritage Centre, Cairneyhill Parish Church, Dunfermline City Chambers, Dunfermline District Radio Car Club, Holy Name Church (Oakley), Holy Trinity Scottish Episcopal Church (Dunfermline), Inverkeithing Parish Church, Saline & District Heritage Museum and St Margaret's Cave (Dunfermline) will all also be taking part in the West Fife region.

More information can be found at www.doorsopendays.org.uk.