CHRISTMAS spirit is on show at a Dunfermline estate agents after they unveiled a spectacular charity window display.

A winter wonderland scene complete with an elf workshop, Santa and two larger than life helpers was on show in Remax’s East Port premises.

Owner Adrian King came up with the idea to show their backing for Kindred Fife, a charity that helps and supports children with complex needs.

“Kindred have supported my family for six or seven years as my son has complex needs,” explained Adrian.

“I feel I have always taken but not given back so I just thought it was time. We wanted to help raise their profile and hopefully raise some funds for them by doing something a bit different.”

The charity's Lindsay Armstrong and Linda Black climbed into the window to wave at startled passersby and help publicise the new display. Unfortunately they're not a permanent feature but Adrian was still very pleased with how it looked.

“It is outstanding,” he added. “We were very fortunate that a few local firms helped out. Roe Electricals and Phil Taylor Joinery came in, there have been a lot of people who joined in and engaged with it."

Lindsay, Kindred’s information and advocacy manager, said: “It's such a kind thing for them to do for us and it looks absolutely amazing.”