Townhill is a small village that lies just north of the Royal burgh of Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. The origin of the community is thought to be from the coal-mining industry. There is a Church of Scotland parish church, which shares a minister with nearby Kingseat.
It is the site of the Scotland National Waterski Centre, and is surrounded by a country park comprising pathways (some of which were originally railway lines for coal works) and a forest.
Other amenities include a public park, community centre and public library, shop and a Chinese take-away, the 'Winner House'.
The village also has a primary school which was built in 1875 and extended in 2011. The school serves the villages of Townhill and Kingseat, as well as part of North Dunfermline. As of September 15, the school had 254 pupils.
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