A kind hearted West Kilbride restaurant has provided donations of food for the local Village Larder.

Cita Tapas, which is based next to the entrance of the town's railway station, recently celebrated its first anniversary.

A spokesperson said: "Every Sunday we box up any leftover food ready for collection by The Village Larder.

"This week we donated roast dinners, chickpea stew, beef short rib & balmoral chicken."

The village larder, which is run by volunteers in the community centre, is teaming up with local supermarkets and growers to provide residents in need with a free food shopping boost via surplus food.

It is open on Tuesdays 9am-12 noon, Thursdays 6-8pm and Fridays 9am-12 noon, and exists to help people who are struggling to access food with dignity at a subsidised cost.