OVER 2,300 people attended Fife Council’s Park Fife 2018 at Lochore Meadows Country Park on Saturday.

The audience were entertained by performances from up and coming acts Amy Lou, Underneath the Lights, Ivory Cave and headlining were Little Mix Magic and Capital FM DJ Garry Spence.

The weather was a little dull on the day but it did nothing to dampen the high spirits of those taking part.

Fife Council’s Fife wide free festival celebrated the ‘Year of Young People’ with a range of activities for everyone to enjoy and was hosted by Capital FM.

A warm welcome came from Lochgelly man Provost Jim Leishman who opened the event.

He said: “Park Fife’s a great way for us to take part in Scotland’s Year of Young People. It’s given us the opportunity for generations to come together and celebrate our young people.

“The event offers a fantastic range of entertainment for young people and their families.

“I want to thank all the staff who’ve made Park Fife such a great success.”

Cllr Fay Sinclair, spokesperson for education and children’s services, said: “We’re thrilled by the high quality event that’s been delivered and enjoyed by so many young people.

“In Fife we’ve an amazing and talented community of young people and that’s why we’re investing in our Youth Work and Community Learning teams to help our youths reach their full potential.

“Park Fife couldn’t have been delivered without the valuable input from dedicated staff and volunteers - thank you for all your hard work.”

Fife Council would like to thank all those who attended the event and a huge thank you to all staff, volunteers and partners involved in making Park Fife such a success.