The celebrations for Kilsyth Civic Week continued across the town with many activities for all the family to enjoy.
From sporting tournaments to a street party, the events were all aimed at bringing the community together. With this year’s theme being superheroes and legends, those unsung heroes in the community were recognised with special awards.
Nominations were made by members of the public for those within the community who go above and beyond the call of duty to help others.
The judging panel made up of News and Chronicle editor Jackie Mitchell, Kilsyth Civic Week organiser Jean Jones, Rotarian Bill Craik and NLC’s Colin Cooper selected the winners.
The superhero awards were given out in three categories - youth, adult and group.
The youth awards went to winner Kiera Paterson and Stuart Florence was highly commended.
The adult winner was Brian Abercrombie with the highly commended award going to Mary and Claire Caldwell.
The group winners was KIlsyth’s Fire Service and the highly commended award went to Young Mums.
A special award went to the 1st and 3rd Kilsyth Brownies .
In other competitions, the rugby winner was Holy Cross PS; 2nd St Patrick’s PS and 3rd Banton PS.
The quiz winner was Holy Cross PS; 2nd Banton PS and 3rd Balmalloch PS.
Miniature gardens winner was Kilsyth PS; 2nd Balmalloch PS and 3rd St Patricks PS
Bowling winner was Kilsyth Bowling Club and runners-up was Kilsyth Miners’ Bowling Section.
More pictures in this week’s Cumbernauld News and Kilsyth Chronicle dated Wednesday, June 19.