THIS year's Elderly Forum event is set to have over 100 senior citizens enjoy a day to remember later this month.

The Central Fife Crime Prevention Panel's Forum gives senior citizens the chance to have a day out at Lochgelly Town Hall and get important crime prevention and community safety advice as well as being entertained by school pupils.

This year's Forum is set to take place on Friday November 23 starting at noon.

Wednesday's Panel meeting heard Community PC Gary Chrystal explain that it was hoped that new head of Police Scotland in Fife, Chief Superintendent Derek McEwan, would be attending the event.

Senior citizens from Crossgates, Hill of Beath, Kelty, Cowdenbeath, Lumphinnans, Lochgelly, Benarty and Cardenden, will taking part

They will be entertained by pupils from St Patrick's Primary and Beath and Lochgelly High schools.

Said Panel vice chairman Dave Roy: "The tickets are out and our intention is to have up to 110 veterans there."