THE EATS (Edible And Tasty Spaces) Rosyth project has finished off a successful month by scooping up an award for tackling inequality.

The team won the Reducing Inequalities accolade at the Fife Voluntary Action Awards.

This follows success at the Gardening Scotland Pallet Garden Competition where they won Gold and Silver Gilt prizes.

Food project manager Karen Dorrat said the honours were a testament to the hard work done by the team throughout the whole project as it has kept expanding and making the town a better place.

"We pride ourselves on the opportunities that we give everyone in Rosyth, whether it’s as volunteers, customers or otherwise, so to receive this prize was a proud moment for everyone involved," she said.

"Most recently, EATS Rosyth came runner-up in three categories at the Dunfermline Press Community Champions Awards: Community Champion, Charity Champion and Youth Community Champion.

"We were nominated in the last of these categories due to our fantastic pizza teens, who get together every Saturday evening at the Hub to cook amazing pizzas! Of course, we will keep striving to do more in the coming months and beyond in order to keep gaining recognition and keep our good work going."

Staff and volunteers at the EATS Rosyth Community Hub have stepped up the amount of food they are growing, cooking and sharing over the school holiday period.

A range of fun events are planned for families needing to find ways to keep the kids occupied and keep them fuelled with filling and nutritious food.

Kids eat free and adults can just pay as they feel.