BAYNE'S the Family Bakers have re-opened 10 of their stores in Fife today (Monday).

The bakery posted on Facebook that their doors were opening once again across the Kingdom.

Their shops in Rosyth and Kelty are both now open for business, "selling a limited range of essential goods packaged at the bakery".

Bayne's announced that perspex screens have been fitted at the till points to protect staff with one customer allowed in at a time.

A spokesperson on Facebook said: "Perspex screens have been fitted at the till points to protect our staff and we are limiting shops to one customers at a time.

"As a reminder we will only accept contactless card payment.

"Please respect our staff and observe the social distancing measures we have put in place."

Their Rosyth shop at Parkgate will be open Monday to Saturday from 8am to 2pm.

Their store in Kelty is also welcoming customers from 10am to 2pm between Monday and Saturday.

The following shops are open from 8am-2pm (Mon-Sat): Cowdenbeath, Rosyth, Stirling (Drip Road and Kerse Road).

The following shops are open from 10am-2pm (Mon-Sat): Lochore, Lochgelly (Main Street), Ballingry, Kelty, Kinross and Alva.


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