UP to 12,000 people attended the Rosyth Gala in Public Park on Saturday.

Fun-seekers from the town and further afield enjoyed an array of rides, activities and entertainment at the much anticipated community gathering.

Stephen Lynas, the chairman of the gala committee, told the Press: "It was a really good day and it was busy.

"We ended up with about 2,500 kids wristbands given out on the day.

"That was a combination of school pre-registration ones and wristbands that were sold on the day, which gave them access to the fairground rides."

Kids at this year's gala were able to enjoy facepainting, funfair rides from Stirling's Family Funfairs, pony rides, zip wire, bouncy castles, bungee runs and climbing walls.

There was live entertainment from the Rosyth Military Wives Choir, Astral Circus, Robertson Dance Academy, the Bay Players and more.

Throughout the day people were also able to take a walk and shop at the various stalls or head for a bite to eat at one of the many food and drinks vendors.

Stephen said: "The numbers are probably up from last year.

"Last year we thought there was about 10,000 but I think we're probably near 11,500 to 12,000 people over the course of the day."

Another great gala for Rosyth, he said the event wouldn't have been possible without the hard work and dedication of the volunteers, support from the businesses and vendors and sheer enthusiasm from the good people of the town who turned up in their droves to have some fun.

The gala chairman concluded: "Thank you, firstly to our team of volunteers and to all the local businesses who put their hands in their pockets and supported us in putting on an excellent day."