Staff and volunteers at the charity Caring for Cupar have got their skates on again this year to organise an ice rink for Christmas.
Last year’s inaugural event had to be re-located indoors because of bad weather - but proved to be such a success that once again it’s to be held in the Corn Exchange.
The ice rink will be situated in the lower hall over the weekend of December 21 and 22 and will be complemented by a wide variety of market stalls and entertainment.
From 2pm on both days, there’ll be storytelling, live music, a performance by Tullis Russell Brass Band and, of course, a visit from Santa.
On the Sunday, ‘Mr B’ the Clown will be on hand to amuse the youngsters.
The ice rink will be open from 1pm to 8pm on both days and costs just £2.50 a session, so that families can enjoy a festive day out without breaking the bank.
All the proceeds raised from the Christmas market and ice rink will go to local good causes.
For more information, visit www.caringforcupar.co.uk