EATS Rosyth have delivered more than 200 Easter eggs to families thanks to the generous support of Aldi and Nationwide staff.

The group, which shares food and reduces waste from its community hub, has helped Fife Council and Fife Voluntary Action provide emergency food packs to the vulnerable and those self-isolating.

And they've also been able to deliver households a special Easter egg treat.

Project manager Karen Dorrat said: "Aldi always send us surplus food but they've also sent Easter eggs along with everything else.

"Nationwide staff are so generous and every year donate us Easter eggs through a collection in the Pitreavie office.

"We've had so many donated we've even got some left so we'll keep handing them out even though it's past Easter!"

They're hoping to help more families in the coming weeks.

"At the moment, we're being passed referrals from organisations we already partner with," Karen added.

"We're managing to get some out every day but we're still building up and I think we'll be getting more as processes start to fall into place.

"We're able to help six days a week and are set up for helping communities at just this sort of time actually!

"We're hoping that we can also soon start delivering hot meals too."

EATS community hub normally runs out of Aberlour Street but with social distancing measures in place, the premises could only cope with a couple at a time.

Fife Council have lent a helping hand by giving the organisation Camdean Centre so more volunteers can help at once.

"It's great because we have connections with the community," Karen said.

"At first, when lockdown began, we thought it was a shame because we couldn't do our community meals any more but that does not mean we have to stop completely.

"We have a constant supply of surplus food from supermarkets, we just have to get it out for delivery."

If you need help, get in touch with EATS Rosyth on Facebook, email or phone 07782848705.