A FIFE charity has opened its new base after finally finding a place to call home.

Hyperclub has set up on Lochgelly High Street where it plans to continue to work with children and young people with additional needs.

The organisation had been working for months on new purpose-built premises in Dunfermline's Chalmers Street however they were left devastated in December when they were told the building was to be sold.

After a refit, the new base is made up of two neighbouring business properties which now include an activity cafe, sensory room, training kitchen, disabled changing room and beauty training facility.

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Activities will include arts and crafts, cooking classes, adults' group activity, discos, young carers' support nights, educational learning as well as beauty and relaxation treatments.

Hyperclub was first launched in Inverkeithing in 2012 with the aim of supporting children with ADHD – and since then the charity has continued to grow.

The charity works hard to ensure that those who face social exclusion due to disability or health conditions are supported in becoming confident individuals who can independently work to achieve higher goals.

Central Fife Times: Hyperclub's new base in Lochgelly.Hyperclub's new base in Lochgelly. (Image: David Wardle)

Its founder, Suzie Connelly, was delighted to eventually open their doors for an open day to celebrate the launch.

"The day was amazing and extremely busy with lots of people signing up for their annual membership," she said. "We had lots of laughter and tears as people were overwhelmed by the amount of support on offer and available for them - finally.

"They were so pleased and grateful to have us, it was brilliant to see all our existing service users again there. So wonderful.

"A massive thanks to the joiner who has always stuck by us and made this all happen – Robert Smith from Cowdenbeath. He is the most amazing man on this earth.

"Also Mike Esson from Glenrothes, our electrician who dropped everything to get it completed. Without these guys we couldn't have done it – I thank them from the bottom of my heart.

"One last thank you to all my volunteers who did an amazing job on the open day. They are wonderful people to have on board."