THE volunteers at the Lo’gelly Lunches Project were overwhelmed by the generosity of the Arthur McKenna Lochgelly Celtic Supporters Club who popped in to donate £100 at one of the sessions at the Salvation Army Hall in Auchterderran Road.

The club members decided to make the charitable donation from their club funds to help the Lo’gelly Lunches provide soup and sandwiches at their Friday morning drop-in sessions.

Pictured with volunteers, Susan Gormley and Aileen Christie, are members of the Supporters Club, Budgie Kinnear and Joey Mitchell.

Budgie and Joey said: "The Supporters Club members were keen to support this local project and see it as invaluable in generating a good community spirit in the town".

Lo’gelly Lunches offer the opportunity for people to pop in and have something to eat but just as important as the food, there is also the opportunity to meet with others in a relaxed social setting and enjoy some company.

The Lo’gelly Lunches initiative is run by a group of volunteers. It is their hope that anyone, of any age who wants a bit of lunch on a Friday, can simply pop in, have a blether and, if needed, make use of some of the services that the club will provide too.

The project is open every Friday in the Salvation Army Hall from 11am until 1pm and everyone is welcome.

The volunteers urged people to pop in on a Friday morning for a chat and something to eat.

Local councillor and volunteer, Linda Erskine, said: “Everyone is welcome; the more the merrier!

"The Lo’gelly Lunches project offers everyone the opportunity to come in and have something to eat.

"The lunch consists of soup and sandwiches and there is also a cake or two on offer as well! Apart from the food there is also the opportunity to meet with others in a relaxed social setting and enjoy some company.”