A Fife social club plans to spice things up after being given a licence to host adult entertainment.
Kinglassie Miners Welfare Institute has been granted permission to host Ann Summers parties, kissagrams and blue comedians.
Secretary Jim Rankine assured Fife licensing board: “There will definitely be no nudity.”
He added: “Kids would not be allowed into the party at night and there would be a full committee to oversee proceedings.”
The miners welfare club does not get much public funding and relies on being able to provide a wide range of functions to keep running.
It applied to vary its licence to allow on and off sales on Sundays from 10am, and also to provide restaurant, theatre and film facilities, live music, televised sport and outdoor drinking, in addition to adult entertainment.
During a Fife licensing board meeting on Monday, Councillor Lawrence Brown asked Mr Rankine what exactly he meant by adult entertainment.
Mr Rankine replied: “Ann Summers parties, kissagrams and blue comedians.
“But it would only be two to three times a year. It wouldn’t be a weekly thing.”
He said the licence meant the club could host comics for charity events.
It is hoped the venue will continue to grow as a community hub, with a project under way to develop the Fife Pilgrim Way.
The 70-mile route will follow the footsteps of medieval pilgrims across Fife to St Andrews Cathedral, and will pass through Kinglassie.
With a right of way next to the institute, Mr Rankine said there was potential to open a caf.
“We could convert the committee room into a wee caf,” he said. “We could maybe even offer it as a franchise.”
He added: “It’s hard to keep something like this going in a wee place like Kinglassie.
“We’ve only got 300 members and we would like to encourage more people to become members.
“You never know when somebody might need a function room for a birthday party.
“It would be nice to be able to say it’s not going to cost anything, but these days we have gas, electricity and rates to pay.”