DUNFERMLINE Bridge Club has marked the end of an era after its president stepped down.

Jane Carnegie had been at the helm for a total of nine years, as well as six as vice-president, but has now moved on from the role.

She was presented with flowers and an engraved quaich in recognition of her contributions during the club's annual general meeting and prize giving in August.

Jane and her husband Andrew were instrumental in the refurbishment of the tennis and bridge clubhouse on Bothwell Street, but just weeks after it reopened the pandemic struck.

Through her enthusiasm and determination she enabled members to play online and later reintroduced play and lessons at the club.

Prize winners included Andrew Carnegie, Jane Carnegie, Helen Todd, Agnes Munro, Susan Hoggan, Nicola Dean, Sue Smith, Ian McRoberts (seated), Patsy Allen, John Allen, Bob Robertson, Sandy Greenhill.

The club welcomes anyone interested in playing or learning to play bridge.

Beginner classes will be on Sundays at 4pm, starting on September 24.

For more information email dunfermlinebridge@gmail.com.