Three sisters from the North-east have raised more than £12,000 for a bowel cancer charity in memory of their dad.
Torphins lorry driver and keen golfer Jim Duguid succumbed to the disease last year just four months after he was diagnosed.
His daughters decided to do what they could to help prevent other families from suffering similar anguish in the future. Eldest daughter Lynne Tracy said: “We wanted to raise money and awareness so that other people wouldn’t find themselves in the same situation.”
Together with younger sisters Louise and Michelle Duguid, the trio hosted a musical evening at the Burnett Arms Hotel, in Banchory, with Aberdeen band Loki to raise money for the charity.
Local businesses rallied round to provide raffle donations, while Mr Duguid’s employers Miller Plant gifted a round of golf at the Trump resort.
The event proved to be a huge success and raised £12,049, which will go towards Bowel and Cancer Research.