Weekend of Easter family fun in the Glen

Letham Glen
Letham Glen

The Easter weekend will see a double bill of family fun and entertainment at Letham Glen in Leven, which is hosting a pair of special events.

The first is to raise awareness of services for people affected by autism, while the second is in aid of the Letham Glen Community Support Centre.

It’s hoped both attractions will help the Glen and its facility flourish as a community space for Levenmouth and beyond, and attract more groups to use its premises.

It’s hoped both attractions will help the Glen and its facility flourish as a community space for Levenmouth and beyond, and attract more groups to use its premises.

On Saturday, April 4, Autism Rocks (Fife) will be holding an Autism Awareness Fun Day.

There will be inflatables, rides, mascots, face painting, balloon modelling, stalls, arts and crafts, and the seasonal addition of an Easter egg hunt for youngsters, with the event running from 11am to around 5pm.

Autism Rocks (Fife), founded and chaired by Liza Quin, of Methil, is a fully-registered Scottish charity and aims to create a purpose-built centre in Levenmouth for treatment and understanding of the condition.

The event will hopefully infomt the public what is available for parents and children and parents affected by autism.

April 5 will see an Easter Sunday Fun Day, again from 11am to 5pm approximately.

There will be stalls, children’s rides and assorted fun and games, with the chance to paint your own Easter egg or make a special Easter craft item.

Centre group leader Caroline Mitchell said the funds raised would hopefully enable it to continue its main aim – supporting the public and community groups who want to stage events at the well-known Leven venue.