An Aberdeen supermarket giant has raised more than £10,000 for cancer research.
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life event attracted more than 150 of Aberdeen Tesco’s staff who took part in the women-only 5km race.
The event includes a series of 5km and 10km races as well as a Pretty Muddy challenge.
Since 2002, Tesco has raised more than £45 million towards the vital cause, which helps fund long-term research and pioneering trials, leading to new tests and ground-breaking treatments.
Emily Smith, head of events marketing at the charity, said: “We’re staggered by people’s generosity in giving their time and money to this event and we’re grateful to everyone who took part.”
Tony McElroy, Tesco’s Scottish head of communications, said the franchise was “proud” to work alongside Race For Life.