A CENTRAL Fife childcare facility which was forced to close for several weeks in February has opened up its doors again.

Kids Come First, which runs from the Benarty Centre, is now back open and has this week been providing childcare to cover the Easter Holidays.

Posting on Facebook, they stated: "How good it is to be back and have our kids back it's been hugs all round.

"For Easter due to funding and getting just open again we will make Easter all about having fun and enjoying the holidays."

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Kids Come First shut suddenly in February and last month, those behind the charity called for a probe into Fife Council's handling of the closure.

With thousands lost without fees coming in and grant applications laying uncompleted during the closure, committee chairperson Michael Clinton believes actions leading to the closure need to be looked at.

Local councillor Mary Lockhart Bain has also said that she, along with councillor Linda Erskine, have asked Fife Council for a "full enquiry" into the closure.