Rejects in Kirkcaldy re-opens as Fife sees lockdown restrictions ease
The first shops have re-opened today as lockdown restrictions started to ease.
The red-letter day for business saw the return of a host of non-essential shops - including Rejects in Kirkcaldy, one of the biggest stores in the region.
The long-established family run firm in St Clair Street opened its doors at 10:00 am with a welcome message posted online.
The store said: “We can't wait to open our doors and get back to doing what we do best....supplying you with everything you need and making you smile .”
Rejects was one of a raft of businesses allowed to re-open under the Scottish Government’s route map out of lockdown.
Also opening were indoor and outdoor garden centres - including Kirkcaldy Garden Centre on Thornton Road - electrical repair shops, car showrooms, and key cutting shops.
Dunelm on Links Street also re-opened, while Bensons for Beds opened its Kirkcaldy premises – one of a number of branches across Scotland brought back into operation.