RESIDENTS got together on a Kincardine street at the weekend to hold their very own gala day.

The town's Regent Street came to life on Saturday, July 11, with people taking seats outside their homes to enjoy a day of entertainment.

Claire Easton, one of the organisers, said: "We held our street bingo at the beginning of lockdown, which was a great success, there were loads of neighbours sat outside their front gardens for the bingo so we just thought we'd try a gala.

"And it was very successful.

"Everybody had a ball, the kids loved it."

There was a bouncy castle, various stalls with games such as hook a duck or splat the rat, a trampoline and much more.

The highlights included a pet show with rosettes for the winners across a range of categories as well as a number of races for all ages.

People also enjoyed the wheelbarrow as well as the egg and spoon races across Regent Street.

The former even saw participants don hilarious fancy dresses for the occasion.

A tombola was also organised and donations collected for some time, which went to the organising committee behind Kincardine Gala, who earlier held a socially-distanced gala day with a family treasure hunt.

Claire said: "It was just a really good day, all in all."

She has given thanks to her sister-in-law Brooke Easton for organising the event together and her good friend across the road Shannon Thomas for her support

Claire added: "The full street – it was just amazing how everybody came together. They all helped; it was really good."