YOU can meet royalty in Dalgety Bay on Sunday at a party to celebrate the coronation of the gala dignitaries.  

This summer's family fun day takes place on Saturday June 10 but there's a special event this weekend to crown the king and queen, as well as a duke and duchess, earl and countess, a prince and two princesses! 

The coronation party takes place at Dalgety Bay Sailing Club and it'll be a family affair from 2 to 4pm with everyone invited to come along and enjoy bouncy castles, a kids disco and food and drink. 

The winner of the competition to design the gala poster competition - with the best entry to be displayed on the gala programme - will be announced and the runners-up will also receive their prizes. 

Mascots Dalgety Dog and Bayley Bear will also make an appearance. 

The coronation ceremony, an important part of gala tradition, will take place at 3.15pm.

The royal party for this year's gala is : Queen - Jennifer O'Neill, P7, Donibristle Primary School; King - Fraser Cranston, P6, Donibristle PS; Duchess - Anna Birrell, P5, Donibristle PS; Duke - Harry Dingwall, P4, Donibristle PS; Countess - Ellie Macleod, P4, Dalgety Bay PS; Earl - Liam Skinner, P3, Dalgety Bay PS; Princess - Ruby Smith, P2, Donibristle PS; Princess - Tasmine Mcleod, P1, Dalgety Bay PS; and Prince - Charlie Henderson, P1, Dalgety Bay PS. 

Relay for Life organisers Marc Hendry and David Quinn, who won the Dalgety Bay Timms Trophy in recognition of their outstanding services to the community, will present each child with their official robe and crown or tiara.

The royal party's role on June 10 will be to lead the parade, which this year starts at 11am from Jubilee Park, before officially opening the gala at noon at the Dalgety Bay Sports Centre.  

It's a pirate and princess theme and the gala has been put together by a hard-working team of local mums, with help from local businesses and community groups and sponsorship from the Muir Group.  

For more information, go to the Dalgety Bay and Hillend Gala Facebook page.