In pictures: 20 things we missed in 2020

Months of planning and preparation were lost as dates were removed from our calendars … hopefully to return in a busy 2021.From sport to gala days to theatres, we look back on just some of the big events we all missed this year.Haste ye back!

Monday, 28th December 2020, 4:00 pm
Charities suffered  a big hit as the pandemic wiped out a chunk of their fundraising events.  Maggie's Twilight Walk in Glenrothes was just one of the major annual events which didn't happen in 2020 (Pic: George McLuskie)
Charities suffered a big hit as the pandemic wiped out a chunk of their fundraising events. Maggie's Twilight Walk in Glenrothes was just one of the major annual events which didn't happen in 2020 (Pic: George McLuskie)

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The joy of the panto didn't happen either as the curtain stayed down at all Fife theatres - so no shouts of 'he's behind you!"' since 2019's Jack & The Beanstalk (Pic: Fife Photo Agency)
Burntisland's historic Highland Games didn't happen - a big loss to the town's summer economy.

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All the fun of the fair halted in April as Kirkcaldy's Links Market didn't take place (Pic: Michael Gillen)
Only a handful of people were able to lay wreaths on Remembrance Sunday (Pic: Fife Photo Agency)
Kirkcaldy Galleries had to put an eagerly awaited exhibition by Jack Vettriano back to 2021. It will showcase his earlkiest work done under his real name of Jack Hoggan n(Pic: Fife Photo Agency)
For the first time in 50 years, Fife Flyers found themselves off the ice as the Elite League was scrapped for 2020-21. The team won't return to action until next September (Pic: Steve Gunn)
After a hugely successful inaugural event i 2019, Kirkcaldy Parks Half Marathon had to take a break as the pandemic struck (Pic: George McLuskie)