A Kelty community cafe is on the hunt for additional volunteers.

Oor Wee Cafe, which runs in the community centre, is hoping to re-open for sitting in after operating as a takeaway for two years.

Due to the pandemic, the cafe switched to takeaway only, offering a cooked meal and grocery service.

The team are now looking for additional volunteers so that they can continue to maintain this while open as a sit in cafe.

Linzi Forbes, welfare support assistant, said that for the past two years Oor Wee Cafe has welcomed around 60 customers each week, and has "been a great asset to the community during these difficult times."

From April 19, both services will be available every Tuesday from 12pm until 1.30pm.

The cafe will continue to run on a "pay what you can afford" donation basis and offers a choice of two hot meals, as well as tea and coffee.

Takeaway cooked meals will also be available, as well as groceries such as bread and tinned food.

Customers can use both options as they see fit.

The community centre will host both outlets, in two separate rooms.

The cafe has been running since April 2018, providing vital support to the community throughout that time.

Volunteers would work from 9am until 2pm on a Tuesday to assist with setting up, running, and cleaning.

For more information you can contact Fungia on 07563 380176.