A specialised market, the first of its kind to be held in Scotland, has been hailed as a success by the teenagers who organised it.
Youngsters from across the Glenrothes area manned stalls selling a wide range of arts and crafts, jewellery and other items, all of which had been created by hand.
And as well shoppers, being offered a bargain they were also treated to a range of live performances from an impressive roster of talented young singers and dancers outside Rothes Halls.
The idea combining of creative performance and specialised retail was devised by teenage brothers Joe and Tom Barrett in Stockport as a way to support young people and help revitalise town centres.
Having proved popular in England, youngsters involved in the Youth forum thought it would be a good idea to host a similar event in the town and promptly got to work on finding stall holders and performers.
Glenrothes and Central Fife MP Peter Grant, who was on hand to officially open the market, was quick to praise the hard work of all those involved.
“There are some very talented and creative young people involved in this event, I’m especially proud that the first market of its kind to take place in Scotland is being held in Glenrothes, well done to everyone,” said Mr Grant.