Dalgety Bay Folk Club has announced its next guests lined up for its January gig. The club is pleased to present Fife’s own ‘Sangsters’ close harmony folk band who will play in the Woodside Hotel, High Street, Aberdour on Friday, 18 January at 8pm for 8.30pm. Sangsters are Anne Murray, Fiona Forbes, John Blackwood and […]
Dalgety Bay Day Care Centre has received a cheque for £4,565. Chairwoman of the centre, Jan Owenson, was presented with the donation from Dalgety Bay Church’s community outreach group. The Day Care Centre recently celebrated its 25th anniversary in Dalgety Bay.
The Boy’s Brigade meets in Dalgety Bay Church halls every Thursday evening. Anchor Boys (5-8 year olds) meet from 6pm to 7pm, from 6.30pm to 8pm for 8-11 year olds in the Junior Section; and from 7pm to 9pm for the Company section for 11-18 year olds. All new members are welcome to come along and join.
Dalgety Bay Rainbows are looking for a new leader to run the group. Full training and support is offered. If anyone is interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 418816. The Rainbows members are five to seven years old girls and currently have an assistant leader and a unit helper. If you think you fit the […]
The Provost of Fife, Jim Leishman, was the guest of honour at Dalgety Bay’s Day Care Centre where he cut the ribbon at the official opening of the facility’s new extension. Dalgety Bay Day Care association has proved essential for the elderly residents of the village for 25 years. For many, it’s the only opportunity they […]
Dalgety Bay Art Club’s opening times are Tuedays and Thursdays, from 10am to 1pm; and Wednesdays and Fridays from 7pm to 9pm. If residents would like to join, visit www.dalgetybayartclub.co.uk or contact membership secretary Joan Patterson on 01383 720927. Also visit the Dalgety Bay Art Club’s Facebook page. Membership is open to anyone over the […]
Dalgety Bay Art Club has held a very popular exhibition and sale of work, attracting over 100 visitors through the doors at the church hall. As well as providing a platform for local well-known and also aspiring artists, the event was an opportunity for fundraising for club funds. Recently the art club premises were extended […]
Bayside Girls Football Club’s community programme has started for the season. Sessions will be held at Dalgety Bay Sports Centre from 5pm to 6pm on Mondays.
The Community Council holds its regular meetings on the second Monday of each month at 7.30pm in Dalgety Parish Church Hall. Members of the public are welcome to attend and listen to the discussion or to raise matters of special interest to them. Visit http://www.dalgetybay.org.uk/page.asp?id=1 for more information.
All the locals appreciate the friendly nature of the cuddly toy-loving workers at the recycling facility at Donibristle industrial estate. However, one local knows more than most their kind nature. Jane Halleran discovered she had lost a precious diamond ring at the busy recycling centre after she dumped some rubbish. But later, staff at the […]