THE Kelty Community Cinema will be hosting a wellbeing festival this weekend.

On Sunday from 10am to 4pm, film fans are invited to come along for fun, wellness activities, a silent disco and a screening of the feel-good movie, The Greatest Showman.

Wayne Hayles, the chairman of the cinema group, told the Press: "About six months ago we applied to the Co-op for the local community fund.

"There were three different organisations that were chosen from all the applicants. We put a proposal forward for a wellbeing event.

"We've raised a couple of hundred pounds from that but also, because the Co-op is interested in building community links and ties, they give you £1,000 to spend on the event."

The event, which is completely free of charge, will have multiple local organisations in attendance, including Jyoti Yoga, Robyn Drummond Fitness, Fife Gingerbread, Andy's Man Club, Tartan Talkers, Stephen Lyon Organisation, Body Harmony, Women's Wellbeing Club (Dunfermline), Samaritans Dunfermline, Families Affected by Autism, Greening Committee, Kelty Community Council, Dunfermline Wargaming & Role Playing Fellowship and Kelty Street ART.

He continued: "I think it was around September 2019, we did a wellbeing event.

"It was quite a serious event and it didn't really resonate with people so we didn't get very many people turning up.

"We've learned from our mistakes and we've ended up doing this event because we want to make an impact in the community and we do want to make a change.

"We decided to make it more light-hearted and more of a feel-good event."

Also on offer at the festival will be a bouncy castle, face painting, glitter tattoos, how to draw workshops, arts and crafts, rock painting, board games, taster sessions of both yoga and fitness, refreshments and a tuck shop.

Local councillors, MP's and MSP's will also be coming along.

Kelty Community Cinema's wellbeing festival will be held in the Kelty Community Centre.

Wayne said it's a chance to find a new, healthy hobby to improve your wellbeing, adding: "It's just something where people can go, get together and talk and realise what's available within your area."