THE Rosyth Men's Shed has received a donation of just under £850 from a Dunfermline supermarket. 

Asda St Leonards donated £847 to the group, which will go to buying new power tools for members to utilise. 

Bruce Lumsden, the chairman of Rosyth Men's Shed, said: "Julie McKell, from Asda St Leonards Dunfermline, visited us to give us a very generous donation of £847. This will enable us to get ourselves some much-needed power tools, which we will put to good use.

"We are very grateful for this funding and that Asda thought of us when deciding on a good cause to donate to. "

The Men's Shed meets on a Thursday at the Rosyth Centenary Orchard in the classroom, and on a Saturday at North Queensferry Marina Yard. 

For more information on the group, visit their Facebook page.