MUSIC-LOVERS are in for a treat this month as the Allander Record Fair comes to the Kingsgate.

The fair features a range of CDs and records on offer as well as the chance to sell and trade some of your own collection.

It will run from Friday, January 27, until Sunday, January 29, and dealers will be selling everything from rock, punk and soul and classical CDs and records. Those looking for a great deal on 70s pop are also in luck as there will be a great selection of music from the 50s all the way through to the 90s.

Chris Pleasance, owner of Allander Record Fairs, has run the Dunfermline CD and Record Fair since 1988, spending 10 years at the the King Malcolm Hotel before moving on to the City Hotel and then onto shopping malls and centres.

He believes it's the perfect opportunity for young music-lovers to start, or even grow, their record collections. With the resurgence of vinyl there's no better place to grab a quick bargain or even peruse some of the rare records on offer.

To help get you started, Allander Record Fairs have teamed up with the Press to run a competition, with a first-place prize of £50 in vouchers to spend at the fair and a runner's-up prize of £25 to whoever can answer the following three questions:

What does AC/DC stand for?

The band, Nazareth, are from which country?

What is the title of local band, Dancing on Tables' album?

To enter, simply send your answer, along with your name and contact details, to Dunfermline CD and Record Fair, Dunfermline Press, Forsyth House, Pitreavie Drive, Dunfermline, KY11 8US, stating an answer for each question.

Alternatively, you can email your entries to, marking 'Music Competition' in the subject box, or hand them into our office, and they must arrive by close of business on Wednesday, January 18.