Letham Lights- Community Cinema

The latest exciting new venture Letham Lights is launching this summer.DEC NEW BATCH Lats_poster_1016x762mm_25pc.indd
A community based cinema that will bring the community together to watch films in a fun and different way.

The Letham Lights team have their own website and facebook pages at

www.lethamlights.org and https://www.facebook.com/lethamlights.org

The first screening is on Sunday 21st August 2016 at 3pm in the Village Hall.

“We believe that there is more to watching a film than sitting in front of the TV. We would like to bring back the idea of the local cinema being somewhere to meet and share a film with others and to have a bit of fun.”


The film is the award winning . Here’s the trailer…

See the lethamlights website for ticketing details.


Please come along and support this new project.

Fundraising Massage


SUNDAY 3rd MAY 11am – 4 pm

Marie Lamont MRSS Member Professional Register Shiatsu Society UK is a local Shiatsu Practitioner with 23 years experience of Shiatsu Acupressure Massage.

She is offering to help the Defibrillator Appeal by giving 15 min Head, Neck & Shoulder Acupressure Massage

(This form of massage is carried out with clothes on)


Download the flyer


Community Council Electons

There has been an almighty cock-up in this years Community Council elections with a breakdown in communication that has caught Monimail Community totally by suprise. Nominations for the next Triennial of the Community Council close at 4pm on Thursday 16th September 2010. This is very short notice. Completed forms must be delivered o Fife Council by this time.

Further information on Community Councils, their structure and purpose can be found on this link

An Election Timetable can be found here

Nomination Packs can be downloaded here

Message from Jim Garret- Letham resident 1953

I received the following message from a former resident of Letham- Jim Garret. Jim would love to hear from anyone who remembers his family

As well as the address below, Jim can be contacted by email at


As a pupil at the village school in 1953, I would be interested to hear from anyone who was there at the same time.

My mum and dad were caretakers at Fernie Castle for a short time before moving on to live near Crieff, and eventually moving south to Banbury in Oxfordshire where I have now lived for over 50 years.

Here are a few names from my distant memory. – the headmaster and his wife were Mr and Mrs Campbell.- Ann Watson- farmers daughter from Fernie.- Dave Christie- his dad worked on the same farm.- Rob and Russel Hall, who lived, I think, on a nearby farm.- Mrs Gibson, who was our dinner lady. (she may have kept the village hall)

My wife, Alma and I did a tour of Scotland a few years ago and stayed for a few nights at the Fernie Hotel from where we called in at Letham. We walked upto the school but did not have the courage to call in. now I wish we had.

The picture of the main street in your website brought back fond memories of the times when we schoolchildren were allowed into the home of an elderly gentleman and his sister to watch THE LONE RANGER on his tiny black and white TV. If only I could roll back the time. I also recall the celebrations for the coronation held in the playing fields. Wonderful times.

My name is Jim Garret and I would be pleased to hear from anyone who was around at that time and it would make my day if there is anyone who remembers our family.


I look forward to hearing from you. My kindest regards to all in LETHAM