AS one door closes another opens on Pilmuir Street as plans are revealed for a quick turn-around of the former Co-op store.

The shop in Dunfermline shut its doors for the final time last week after the company's lease on the premises ran out.

Day-Today, who already have one shop on Park Road, Rosyth, have now revealed their plans to open a second location in the spot this month.

Owner Moeen Ramzam says that they have been in possession of the Pilmuir Street building for 30 years, having leased it to the Co-op for the last 25.

"We have been waiting a long time to get it back," he told the Press.

"We have been running the store in Rosyth for 26 years, at that time we had that store as well and were running three at the same time.

"The Rosyth store is very busy and popular."

And he believes that they are offering something different to what customers were used to, with ready-made food to go, a bakery, coffee machine and American food and drinks.

They will be open from 7am until 10pm Monday to Saturday. and between 8am and 9pm on Sundays.

Job vacancies are now also open at the store, which Moeen hopes to open quickly, with eight or nine full - and part-time positions available.

Updates will be available on their Facebook page, DayToday - Goodnews Supermarket Rosyth, with a new page due to be created for the new site.