Two neighbours in Rosyth won a share of £90,000 at the weekend with the People's Postcode Lottery.
One lucky resident - who has remained anonymous - landed £60,000 as they played with two tickets.
Meanwhile 77-year-old Robert Currie clinched £30,000.
The retired sales manager was joined by his wife Linda and daughter Tara when his cheque was revealed on a video call.
Robert, who was "flabbergasted" about the win, said the prize comes in the same year as his golden wedding anniversary, which is in November.
He said: "It couldn’t have come at a better time.
"I’ve had a lot of issues health-wise recently and I’ve been feeling a bit down but this has just lifted my spirits and given my morale a real lift.
"We split the ticket with our daughter Tara so she has won too as we’ll split the winnings 50-50.
"It’s a double whammy really."
Linda said: "Tara has lost her voice at the moment but she has tears in her eyes.
"I’m absolutely speechless, things like this don’t happen to us."
Robert added: "It’s our golden wedding anniversary in November so some of it will go towards a special holiday when we’re able to travel again, maybe to Vienna."