Organisers of the annual Leonard Cheshire Disability open day in Glenrothes have hailed the event as a success.
The event took place at the Glenrothes complex in Blair Avenue, Pitteuchar, on Saturday.
There were a number of activities taking place during the day to entertain all those who attended.
Among them were a bouncy castle, face painting, a raffle, tombola and refreshments.
There were also highland dancing displays and a variety of stalls for people to browse.
The fete raises funds for the charity, which supports people with disabilities, and the money raised will benefit the people who use Leonard Cheshire services.
Dawn Taylor, from Leonard Cheshire, said: “We had a good turn out and thankfully the weather stayed fair.”
She added that the final fundraising total was still waiting to be confirmed, but she said that everyone was pleased with how the day went.