The Royal Bank of Scotland has announced it is to close its Dalgety Bay's branch at the Bay Centre.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has announced it is to close its Dalgety Bay’s branch. RBS has blamed the upsurge in mobile and digital banking for the closure. An RBS spokesman said that the way people choose to bank with us has changed radically over the last few years. “Between 2010 and 2015, mobile and […]
After three months of auditioning, a Dalgety Bay performer is to join Scottish Youth Theatre's first ever National Ensemble.
After three months of auditioning, a Dalgety Bay performer is to join Scottish Youth Theatre’s first ever National Ensemble. Daniel Webb, 20, made it in to the final 24. The talented performer was unveiled alongside the other selected members of Scottish Youth Theatre National Ensemble. Back in December 2016, when Scottish Youth Theatre celebrated its […]
A popular choir is setting up sessions in Dalgety Bay.
A popular choir is setting up sessions in Dalgety Bay. Sing in the City was started in 2010. There are now choirs in Edinburgh, Musselburgh, Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Falkirk. Kirsty Baird and Annette Hanley are the Musical Directors of Sing in the City and are singer songwriters and musicians. They said: “We pride ourselves on […]
Dalgety Bay and Hillend Gala has been shortlisted for a funding scheme.
Dalgety Bay and Hillend Gala has been shortlisted for a funding scheme. The Gala is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of £5,000, £2,000 and £1,000 – all raised from the 5p bag […]
A plan to build dozens of new homes on Dalgety Bay's industrial estate has been given the go-ahead despite objections.
A plan to build dozens of new homes on Dalgety Bay’s industrial estate has been given the go-ahead despite objections. Muir Homes applied to Fife Council for permission to build for 44 homes on Donibristle Industrial Estate. A previous application to build homes at Fulmar Way was refused permission in 2015. 75 objections and six letters of support […]
Work has begun on building a regional indoor football training facility at the Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre in Glenrothes. The facility, which is funded by Fife Council and sportscotland, will be the first of its kind in Fife. Cllr Mark Hood, Executive Committee member and Chair of Fife Sports Partnership explained: “This facility will have a particular […]
Fife Flyers ice hockey team has welcomed Val Brown, a foster carer with Fife Council, and invited her to perform the ceremonial puck drop ceremony before their big match against Edinburgh Capitals. Val said: “I feel really proud to open the Fife Flyers match and it is great to be part of all the action […]
A family roller disco is taking place on Sunday, 5 March at 4pm in the Bay. Rollerbeats has arranged the event at Dalgety Leisure Centre. All ages welcome and tickets available to book online buytickets.at/rollerbeats
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.
“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 […]
Crime is down in Fife according to the latest figures released by Police Scotland although sexual offences reported to the force has increased.
Crime is down in Fife according to the latest figures released by Police Scotland although sexual offences reported to the force has slightly increased. Between April and December 2016, figures show a “continuing downward trend for crime overall”, said the force. A statement said robberies were down by 26% and crimes of dishonesty overall fell […]