The bus shelter in a small East Neuk village has been transformed into a supplies hub.
Locals have stocked the shelter in Belliston Place with food including potatoes, turnips, porridge and eggs to ensure neighbours have enough to eat.
The stop is also serving as a swap shop for books, jigsaws and other items so people can keep themselves entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.
Arncroach and Carnbee Community Development Trust shared news of what it described as “community spirit at its best”.
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