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Kids' cupcake decorating workshop - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Kids' cupcake decorating workshop - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

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Organisers of Kirkcaldy’s Food and Drink Fair have hailed it as a success - and hope to do it again in 2017.

The event which took place in the atrium at Fife College proved to be a hit with the public who turned up in large numbers to watch demonstrations and walk round the stalls offering a huge variety of food and drink.

Suzie Hall, co-ordinator for Kirkcaldy 4 All who organised the fair, said the kids workshops had perhaps been the most popular of all.

“The first two were completely booked out and we had lots of people coming in but found it was over subscribed - though I think we managed to sneak a few more in!

“So it was great to see the engagement with the youngsters who were really keen to get involved.

“We were very pleased with the turnout and when we have the support of the public like that it means we can justify putting these sorts of events on.

Christopher Trotter

Christopher Trotter

We already have a few good ideas of how to make it even better so hopefully we can do it again next year.”

> Watch a video of the fair at www.kirkcaldy4all.co.uk.

Jamie Scott

Jamie Scott

Jamie Scott - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Jamie Scott - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter and Martin Hollis - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter and Martin Hollis - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter and David Torrance - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter and David Torrance - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter and David Torrance - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Christopher Trotter and David Torrance - Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Edie Manson

Edie Manson

Kirkcaldy Food Fair

Kirkcaldy Food Fair