St Monans Sea Queen returns to tradition

The annual crowning of St Monans Sea Queen at the weekend returned to the Town Hall and the Mair park, where all crownings had taken place from 1960 to 1999.

Friday, 24th June 2016, 2:37 pm
Updated Friday, 24th June 2016, 3:38 pm
Sea Queen Rachel Leitch, pictured with her attendants Jocie Chater and Blythe Taylor and page boy Sonny Montador, is crowned by her predecessor Danielle Marr. Also pictured is St Monans Fisher Lass Emily Kelly, left. (Picture: Peter Adamson)

Sea Queen Rachel Leitch, pictured with her attendants Jocie Chater and Blythe Taylor and page boy Sonny Montador, was crowned by her predecessor Danielle Marr.

Also pictured is St Monans Fisher Lass Emily Kelly, left.

The St Monans event is the longest running gala day in the East Neuk and included displays, stalls, music and fun and games. For more pictures see www.fifetoday.co.uk.

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The Reaper drifter at St Monans Sea Queen Gala. (Picture: Peter Adamson)
Sea Queen Rachel Leitch with attendants Jocie Chater and Blythe Taylor. (Picture: Peter Adamson.)
2016 St Monans Sea Queen Rachel Leitch, centre back, with attendants Jocie Chater and Blythe Taylor, page boy Sonny Montador, St Monans Fisher Lass Emily Kelly, standing right, and their St Monans School Guard of Honour, front. (Picture: Peter Adamson.)
The Reaper drifter at St Monans Sea Queen Gala. (Picture: Peter Adamson)
Sea Queen Rachel Leitch with attendants Jocie Chater and Blythe Taylor. (Picture: Peter Adamson.)
2016 St Monans Sea Queen Rachel Leitch, centre back, with attendants Jocie Chater and Blythe Taylor, page boy Sonny Montador, St Monans Fisher Lass Emily Kelly, standing right, and their St Monans School Guard of Honour, front. (Picture: Peter Adamson.)