By wildlife artist Leo du Feu: ‘Trees replaced by cars at the Gateway site?’

Wildlife artist Leo du Feu has questioned the decision to fell the area of trees which has been cleared to make way for the Gateway development.

By wildlife artist Leo du Feu: ‘Trees replaced by cars at the Gateway site?’

“Fife Council are to be congratulated on their efforts towards protection and improvement of environment across the Kingdom. “The most obvious example to me is the increasing number of wildflower areas in parks and on roadsides, and the number of verges left to grow long. Brilliant for insects, butterflies, bees, birds. Beautiful and interesting to […]

Julie Morrice blog: Putting the ‘fun’ into run

Julie Morrice blog: Putting the ‘fun’ into run

Our Gala Fun Run is in its third year, and we are really hoping to encourage more of the community to take part. It’s about having fun with the family so bring along your kids and have a leisurely stroll – or be very competitive, and try and beat the pack! The event starts at the […]

Working mum on the run: ‘Billy Ocean, I’ve joined the circus’

Working mum on the run: ‘Billy Ocean, I’ve joined the circus’

I’m a thirtysomething (woops how did that happen?) married working mother of two (again woops or possibly: wow, how did that happen?).  Living and working locally in Dalgety Bay I simply love it here!  I hope to share the trial and tribulations that make my imperfect existence simply delightful! Well who would have guessed the year […]

Julie Morrice: Gala programme being delivered to the neighbourhood

Julie Morrice: Gala programme being delivered to the neighbourhood

We are delighted to announce that the amazing Gala programmes are starting to be delivered throughout our community. We are sure everyone will enjoy perusing the pages, admiring the artwork of the competition winners and finding out what is in store at this year’s event and other events leading up to the big day itself! […]

Julie Morrice: Get set for Gala ‘bag pack’

Julie Morrice: Get set for Gala ‘bag pack’

This Saturday is an exciting landmark for Dalgety Bay and Hillend Gala Team – not only are we bag packing to raise Gala Funds, but we are introducing our two new permanent members of the Gala Team to the community- our gala mascots. Please stop by and say hello and shake a paw with them in […]

Julie Morrice: High spirits at the Bunny Hops!

Julie Morrice: High spirits at the Bunny Hops!

The Bunny Hop events on Saturday, 30 March were a great success – two events in one day was quite ambitious of the Gala Team, but it was well worth it! We raised £464.17 towards Gala funds between the two events. The Sailing Club, Stuart Prentice and Greig Connolly all donated their time and services free of […]

Gordon Brown MP: ‘Bedroom tax is offensive’

Gordon Brown MP: ‘Bedroom tax is offensive’

Since the announcement of the reforms to the housing benefit system many of my constituents have come forward to express their grave misgivings regarding these changes. In Fife,6261 working age housing benefit claimants in social sector housing stand to be affected by the changes to housing benefit policy: an equivalent of 36% of all Fife […]

The Fife Music Column: Kevin Quinn reveals a special gig

The Fife Music Column: Kevin Quinn reveals a special gig

Glenrothes singer songwriter Dean Chalmers is putting on a gig to raise funds for his deceased neighbour’s son. Dean has called on some of Fife’s finest acts for this fund-raising gig on Saturday, 2 February at the Windsor in Kirkcaldy. Joining him on stage will be Indie heroes Calm as the Colour, Ladybank boys Waiting on Jack, Glenrothes […]

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