A MUCH-LOVED West Fife charity will finally get a home after years of searching.

The Hyperclub, which helps children and adults with learning difficulties, has been desperate to expand their much-needed services and have been given a large unit to make their own in Lathalmond Industrial Estate, at the M90 Commerce Park near Kelty.

The building will provide 11 rooms for a whole host of services including a gym, beauty room, memory room to help those with dementia, training kitchen, arts and crafts, music room, soft play, disabled changing room and a sensory garden!

The Hyperclub, which was founded in 2012, currently provides services for children and adults at Ballast Bank in Inverkeithing and most recently tried to purchase Rosyth Resource Centre, but their application was rejected by Fife Council.

Suzanne Connelly, founder of the Hyperclub, told the Press: “This is something we’ve been trying to do for such a long time.

“We did think we were going to be at the Erskine church building but there was no parking. We tried everything to get some but it didn’t work out in the end.

“We were then in contact with the owner of Lathalmond Industrial Estate and he gave us the unit for a small rent and even threw in a piece of land for us to make a sensory garden.

“It’s just been amazing that so many people have been willing to help, we are very grateful!”

Work started on the building on Monday and is expected to take six months to complete.

The Hyperclub has also been given free rent during that period to help get them up on their feet.

“I plan to have that place open every day from 10am-10pm for the whole of the community to use,” Suzanne added.

“The unit is massive and we can’t wait to have our discos and games there.

“We’ll also be changing our pick up points to Townhill and Kelty which is actually easier for most of our clients.

“It will just be so much better!

“We have to say a big thank you to everyone that helped. It’s been a long time coming and we are going to try to make it a big success.”