This years Lochgelly Gala led by the Lochgelly Community Development Forum as part of the Lochgelly Community Gala Committee seen an influx of new members to help support and develop Lochgellys’ largest community event.

The parade had many participants which included:

  • Kelty Pipe Band
  • Cowdenbeath Majorettes
  • Roger Mullin (MP)
  • Annabelle Ewing (MSP)
  • Two limousines from the Co-op funeral care which transported Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year and the Fancy Dress Winners in the second limo
  • The Minto Lounge
  • Lochgelly Brass Band
  • Moss View residential home
  • Lochgelly Tae Kwon Do
  • Lochgelly Co-op
  • Kirkcaldy Pipe Band
  • Lochgelly West Primary School – Parents Teacher Association
  • Lochgelly South Primary School – Parents Teacher Association
  • St Patricks’ Primary School – Parents Teacher Association
  • Noah Ark Nursery
  • Cowdenbeath Judo
  • Lochgelly Albert Colts
  • Salvation Army
  • Lochgelly Scouts

Loch of Shining Waters were happy to support the committee and Gala by providing professional services in film & editing on a voluntary basis. We have been happy to support the committee led by Eileen McKenna, Helen Ross, and Christine McGrath who have recently announced their retirement from the Lochgelly Gala, but will continue with their community work through the local charity shop and Lochgelly Christmas Lights, amongst many other local projects. We wish them every success and we are very grateful for the opportunities the ladies have provided Shining Waters to help support worthwhile community events.

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One Comment

  1. Mary Russell ( Quinn )

    October 13, 2016 at 11:59 pm

    Great to see Lochgelly folk still enjoying Gala Days. I well remember our school Gala, Dad’s Minto Club Gala and days to Burntisland in the 50s.

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