Plans are in place for a series of events to mark the 60th anniversary of one of Scotland's "new towns".
Glenrothes was one of a generation of the 1940s new-towns
Glenrothes in Fife officially marks its birthday on 30 June and plans are being drawn up for a series of parties.
Organisers are appealing for anybody who was born on the day the new town agreement was signed to get in touch so that a presentation can be made.
Buckingham Palace has received a request for a royal visit although no confirmation has so far been received.
The programme of events will be officially launched in April and will continue throughout the year.
The culmination will be a large Ceilidh in November.
Live music events, sporting activities and a gala are also being discussed as ways of celebrating.
There are also plans for a photographic display of Glenrothes through the decades.
Events organiser Lynn Hoey, from Fife Council, said: "There will be something for everyone and all ages."