"Saundy Claw or Santy brought small gifts for children, but adults paid little attention to Christmas and, until the Second World War, it was not even a holiday. Shops and work places were all open as usual."
In fact, Christmas Day did not become a public holiday in Scotland until 1958. Newspaper archives yield little detail on Christmas-related activities, aside from the 'soirees' arranged for children. If you have more recent memories of Christmas past in Lundin Links and Largo, please comment. I recall carol singers going round the streets, the annual primary school Christmas Fair and singing to the old folks at Peacehaven with the Brownies and Guides. Plus, more generally in winter - if it snowed - sledging on the Ladies Golf Course was extremely popular!