CAIRNEYHILL'S Gala was a success on Saturday with organisers describing the event as “a fantastic day”.

The parade set off from Glen Moriston drive at midday, led by Comrie Pipe Band with the royal party following close behind.

This year’s Queen was Chloe Traub (primary six), King was Luca McGinnie (primary six), the prince was Macauley Abram (primary four) and the princess was Evie Campbell (primary four/three).

The page boys were Tommy Clark (primary one) and Arran Kemp (primary two), while the flower girls were primary one duo Lily Mcculloch and Isla Allan.

April Walker, chair of the gala committee, said: “There were amazing floats from the Brownies, Cubs and beavers. The Brownies won the best float for the parade.

Dunfermline Press: There were a range of stalls on the Gala field.There were a range of stalls on the Gala field. (Image: David Wardle)

“Thanks to Councillor Graeme Downie, Gregor Robertson and Daryl Lindsay from Ogilvie Homes for judging the parade and their ongoing support for gala day.

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“It was great to see so many local groups and individuals dress up and take part. A big thank you to our volunteers who dressed up as characters from Night at the Museum.”

There was plenty on offer at the gala field where there were a range of different stalls, inflatables and the big wheel to go on.

April added: “It was great to see the gala field so busy and we were very lucky with the weather. We had our traditional races and tug of war and this year included a dinosaur race, which was so much fun.

Dunfermline Press: There was plenty of entertainment on offer.There was plenty of entertainment on offer. (Image: David Wardle)

“I would like to say a massive thank you to the wonderful committee we have as without them the gala wouldn't happen. We are always looking for new people to join and it is such a fun event to be involved in.

“To see it all come together is truly amazing and thanks to the whole of Cairneyhill for supporting us.

"It is such an honour and privilege to be part of a community group like the gala, which brings such a well loved event to the village."

The committee are already starting to think about next year! They will hold their AGM in August where they will welcome any new members, this will be advertised on their Facebook page – Cairneyhill Gala.