Kirkcaldy lockdown restrictions lift: Busy start as High Street stores re-open

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Kirkcaldy High Street is back in business.

The lifting of lockdown restrictions allowed businesses across the town centre to re-open this morning - and shoppers returned in good numbers.

There were queues outside some shops as staff managed numbers inside to comply with physical distancing requirements.

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Cafes were able to serve people indoors for the first time in several months, and charity shops accepted donations once again.

Early shoppers out in Kirkcaldy High StreetEarly shoppers out in Kirkcaldy High Street
Early shoppers out in Kirkcaldy High Street

Pubs with beer gardens were able to serve alcohol outdoors.

The doors also re-opened to the town’s gyms and Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre on the waterfront, while Kirkcaldy Galleries welcomed back browsers to the library as well as its museum and art gallery.

Driving schools were also able to re-start lessons, while tests could be booked once more.

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