Annual plant sale in community centre

Dalgety Bay Horticultural Society is holding its Annual Plant Sale. The event held on Saturday, 17 May is usually popular with local gardening enthusiasts.  It will be held in the Community Centre from 1pm to 3pm. Plant prices will range from £1 upwards.

Glee as school choir through to singing championship final

Dalgety Bay Primary School’s choir has won through to the final of the Glee Choir Championships 2014. Led by enthusiastic deputy head teacher of DBPS upper school, Colleen Thomas, the creative singing team from the Bay won through at a competition heat held at the Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline.  The final will see primary schools from across […]

Long term future of Bay woodlands secured

Long term future of Bay woodlands secured

Dalgety Bay residents have been  celebrating as three of the woodlands within the Bay have been gifted from private ownership to the community. Work to secure the woods for the community was undertaken by the Dalgety Bay Community Woodland Group, formed after fears that the woodlands may be sold off at auction.  After a year of […]

Ragged Glory set for folk club gig

Ragged Glory set for folk club gig

Dalgety Bay Folk Club is back in action after the summer break. On Friday, 20 September the club will welcome back Ragged Glory fresh from their sell out concerts at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Band member George Archibald, who hails from Newtongrange, said: “We are from different backgrounds, but we obviously share a passion for good […]

Bay Skate Park Project fundraiser makes a splash!

Bay Skate Park Project fundraiser makes a splash!

Young people and supporters from the Bay Skate Park Project held a fundraising event at the facility on Saturday, 27 July 2013. Under sunny skies, fun events such as ‘Sumo’ wrestling and skating were held.  Stalls selling cakes and goodies and BSP t-shirts also helped to raise money to fund an improved skate park facility for […]

Cultural and heritage organisations could get cash boost

Cultural and heritage organisations could get cash boost

The council has a created a new investment fund of £200,000 to help cultural and heritage venues and attractions get more Fifers through their doors. The council is committed to helping support those who run cultural and heritage facilities in local areas through the new investment fund, announced in February as part of this year’s […]