Festival atmosphere did not fail at Silverburn

It was a second year for Silverburn Festival and the event did not fail to deliver on fun and entertainment for another year.

Tuesday, 16th August 2016, 11:47 am
Updated Tuesday, 16th August 2016, 12:53 pm

Organised by Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT) in conjunction with Positive Revolution, the event proved as big a hit as last year, with an afternoon and evening of entertainment featuring bands, arts and crafts and fun activities throughout the park, with food and drink also on offer. 
The event raised funds for the continued improvement of the park and to forward its use as a centre for mental health well-being in Fife.

Mark Boyd who helped organise the Silverburn Festival said: “It was once again an absolutely brilliant day out for all involved.

“The feedback from the people who attended, as well as from community groups, the police and local authorities is that its been a well run event, a great day and something that is much needed in the area.

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“The 11 acts on over the day were all amazing and well received by a lively enthusiastic audience of people of all ages. “People were delighted to relax have fun and have been able to bring along the kids to see such brilliant local taken perform.

“I’d like to give a huge thanks to everyone that made it happen, including all our sponsors who included Diagio, Fife Council, Stuarts the Bakers, Splash Photography and Eggman Studios and many more.”

The Silverburn Festival
Sisters Esme and Caitlin Mitchell
The Silverburn Festival