THE new EATS Rosyth Community Hub officially opened its doors on Tuesday.

A much anticipated project that's been years in the making, volunteers were finally able to welcome the public into the old Clydesdale Bank building on Queensferry Road after a major transformation.

Stephen Lynas, the chair of Rosyth Community Projects Ltd, of which EATS Rosyth is a part, told the Press: "There was a wee crowd there waiting for the doors opening and there was a nice, warm, friendly bustle in the hub when the doors opened.

"People were quite excited to see it, some were just seeing it for the first time. A lot of people have been keeping an eye on it and wondering what it was like inside so this was the time for us to do the big reveal and actually let people in!"

Staff and volunteers were hard at work right up until the opening, baking and making up their food creations.

EATS Rosyth first looked into opening this community hub all the way back in 2019.

They went on to purchase the old bank in 2021 and now, four years later, they are finally able to enjoy the fruits of their labour.

He continued: "It's a big relief but it's a proud milestone for EATS Rosyth as a project.

"It has been a long time coming."

Included in the brand new hub is a surplus food sharing space, two small meeting rooms, a board meeting room, a hot desk area and an industrial kitchen, all available to rent out to groups and individuals.

Also on site is The Living Room Cafe, complete with a large seating area, a kids play corner and customer toilets, including a large accessible toilet with a shower.