Popular takeaway restaurant, SCRAN, will be re-opening its doors in Troon.

The service has had a number of set backs over the last few months, namely the fire at Troon train station that forced them out of their initial home.

After finding a new home in Prestwick, their stay was short lived and they were on the move again.

Now they are back in Troon and hoping to make the move permanent.

They will be operating from Portland Park in Troon, with hopes of starting from the first week in November.

Opening times will be 8.30am - 2pm on Mondays, and 8.30am - 9pm Tuesday - Sunday.

The eatery, run by Pamela Main and son, Kyle, had its challenges during lockdown.

But nothing compared to the devastating effects of the fire at Troon station earlier thisyear.

Speaking to the Advertiser when their Prestwick plans didn't work out, Kyle was determined to make sure their next home was their last.

He said: "We've put in a lot of work to this and we've had some tough times to go through.

"The hard work makes us even more determined to continue this legacy and keep the SCRAN name going.

"Hopefully our next home is our last home and we can settle down and focus on serving great food again".