KELTY may be losing an ATM in Main Street but the village's new Co-op will have a cash machine and an Amazon collection locker.

Permission for a new store, on Cocklaw Street, was granted in March last year and they've now asked Fife Council if they can amend the plans.

The Co-op want to instal an ATM at the side of the building, place a satellite dish and Amazon collection locker at the back of the store, as well as put in roller shutters and small aperture vents.

The company said last year that the new store, which will be next to the Ex-Servicemen's Club, was a £1.75 million investment in the village that would create at least 15 jobs and replace the smaller shop on Main Street.

A free-to-use ATM would certainly be welcome in Kelty as the council has agreed plans to convert the old RBS branch, on Main Street, into a restaurant, which includes the removal of the cash machine.