A FAMILY fun event at Silverburn Park struck gold at the weekend.
‘Silver Linings’ was put on by Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT) on Saturday as part of its bid to revive the much loved facility.
The charity hailed it as a great success and paid tribute to everyone involved.
Duncan Mitchell, general manager, added: “It was an excellent day.
“Many thanks to all who helped to organize the event and for so many of the Levenmouth public for coming out and supporting us.”
FEAT hosted the day in a bid to further spread the message that Silverburn is very much a place for the community to embrace once again and a place for everyone to improve their wellbeing.
The park was separated into six special zones which included events such as a live talent show, music acts, a dog show, Tai Chi, rap workshops, stalls and arts and crafts.
Dozens of visitors took part in all activities from noon until 4 p.m with one of the most popular being a special environmental art challenge.
This saw visitors decorate wooden poles, erected by The Ecology Centre, in conjunction with The Gateway Levenmouth, with natural materials to create semi-permanent sculptures.
Our pictures show just some of the park visitors enjoying themselves in the different zones.