DUNFERMLINE'S new wellbeing festival was held in Pittencrieff Park on Saturday. 

The first-ever Tree in the Park was held in the Glen and it was a big success with a large crowd in attendance. 

Cllr James Calder, City of Dunfermline area committee convener, expressed his delight at the event's success, he said: "The 'Tree in the Park' festival exceeded all expectations, bringing together our community in a celebration of health and wellbeing. "

From the minute the festival opened the park was filled with excitement as people of all ages flocked to participate in a wide array of engaging activities.

Dunfermline Press: Tree in the Park offered a wide range of activities.Tree in the Park offered a wide range of activities. (Image: David Wardle)

There was exercise classes, guided walks, holistic therapy taster sessions, giant insects and much more.   

At the wellbeing market, stallholders showcased their goods and services, offering everything from vegan street food to local jams and willow birdboxes to natural shampoo bars. 

Dunfermline Press: There was even the chance to discover some giant insects.There was even the chance to discover some giant insects. (Image: David Wardle)

Cllr Calder continued: “I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone who attended and contributed to making this event such a tremendous success. Your enthusiasm and support are truly appreciated." 

The Fife Council-organised event was the first wellbeing festival to be held in Dunfermline and was built around four key pillars, physical health, mental wellbeing, environment and healthier lifestyles.