The Platinum Jubilee Youth Spectacular was held in Fife in June.
The two-day event on June 18 and 19 celebrated Her Majesty The Queen’s 70 years of service to the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
It took place in the former mining village of Kelty, on a newly-constructed arena on the site of a former open cast mine.
The event was also a celebration of young people, giving them an opportunity to once again showcase their talents to the general public.
The Regimental Band of The Black Watch ACF was at the forefront of the celebration, sharing the arena with cadet colleagues from the Cadet Force Pipes and Drums and North Region ATC Music Services.
The entertainment also included dancers from the Julie Young Dance School in Perth; The Imps Motorcycle Display Team; A Military Pipes and Drums and Highland Dancing display from Queen Victoria School in Dunblane; The Pantonic Steel Orchestra from Stockport; Scouts, Girlguiding, Boys’ Brigade, and Police Cadets.
The event, held in front of a sizeable audience, was compered on both days by TV personality Stephen Mulhern.