Over 100 people turned out to raise £1,910 for two great causes in West Dunbartonshire by joining in an annual festive training run on December 2.

Now in its 8th year, participants took part in half-marathon, 10k, 5k and 2k runs in support of Funding Neuro and the Sporting Memories Foundation Scotland.

The half-marathon started at the Meadow Leisure Centre and the 10k began at the Canal Drop Lock in Dalmuir.

The smaller 5k and 10k runs, meanwhile, started at the Loch 27 pub in Anniesland, where younger participants were able to join in the fun with "pram wars" and a parent and toddler race.

Maurice Donohue from West Dunbartonshire Athletics Club said: "A big thank you to everyone who took part and of course all the fantastic volunteers who helped marshal and give support along the route.

"Young West Dunbartonshire Athlete Lewis Boal did a great job leading out the half marathon runners for the first 3k warm up around Dumbarton before heading off along the cycle path.

"Many thanks also to the staff at the WDLT Meadow Centre for their support and to local hero Lachie Stewart for starting the half marathon run.

"Total fundraising with generous donations reached a fantastic to total of £1910 which is split between the two charities : Funding Neuro and Sporting Memories Foundation Scotland."