DONATING money and recycling at the same time is set to be a Wyse move at Duloch Tesco's recycling point this Christmas.

Recycle Wysely have stepped in to offer their services to take away any cardboard and wrapping paper on December 27.

They will be at the fly-tipping hotspot on that date in an effort to ensure mountains of rubbish (see story, left) are not left lying around the Dunfermline site and to help out a local good cause.

Residents can pay £5 per drop-off with as little or as much rubbish as they have and all money will be going directly to Duloch Spider-Man.

Dave Roper, who has turned into a local superhero since lockdown, is raising money for Calaiswood School, where his son attends.

The school will put the funds towards buying an Innowalk Pro, which helps young people with limited movement to enjoy better mobility, sleep, concentration, strength and more.

Keith Wyse, owner of family business Recycle Wysely, told the Press that he was more than happy to contribute to Duloch Spider-Man's efforts and keep the recycling point as clean as possible over the busy festive period.

He said: "It has been an absolute nightmare with mess over the last few years.

"Seeing it like that every Christmas, it's frustrating.

"That's why we've offered to take any cardboard or wrapping paper from people as we don't want to see rubbish building up like we've all seen before."

Fife Man and Van has offered them another van to use on the day and Recycle Fife will dispose of the waste for free.

"It's a brilliant gesture from them both," Keith added.

"I expect it's going to be pretty crazy on the 27th so to have their help is really appreciated.

"We're going to be there from 10am until noon but if we need to stay longer, then we will.

"Some people can't keep their rubbish at home; they may have nowhere to store it until a recycling point isn't full.

"The council really have to monitor their sites better to avoid rubbish building up so much.

"Hopefully, what we're doing this Christmas can help."

No booking is required and anyone with any cardboard or wrapping paper is invited to use the service on offer.