Ballingry (/bəˈlɪŋɡəri/ (listen) or locally /bəˈlɪŋəri/ or (older) /bɪŋəri/);Scots: Ballingry, Bingry,Scottish Gaelic: Baile Iongrach) is a little town in Fife, Scotland. It is close the boundary in the proclaim of Perth and Kinross, north of Lochgelly. It has an estimated population (2004) of 5,740. The in imitation of separate villages of Ballingry, Lochore, Crosshill, and Glencraig are now somewhat joined together as the allocation of the Benarty area. Ballingry, along afterward its neighbour Lochgelly, is one of Fife’s ‘regeneration areas’ and is classed as in compulsion of regeneration economically and socially.