Cove and Kilcreggan 10K received a funding boost over the weekend after holding a successful ‘curry and ceilidh’ evening.

The fundraiser was held on Friday night at Cove Burgh Hall, with those who attended being on their feet from the very first number until they left at 11:30pm.

The event raised £2,400, which will support the organisation of the run set to take place on Sunday, June 4.

Curry was provided on the night by Marianne McNeilage and Sarah Keating, and music by ceilidh band Crowded Croft.

The fundraiser was sponsored by Kilcreggan Garage, with raffle prizes provided by The Journey and Lomond Clinic.

Last month, the 10K also received £5,000 in funding from the National Lottery’s Awards For All scheme.

The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland Chair, Kate Still, said: “This project, delivered by Rosneath Peninsula West Community Development Trust, is a great example of community activity in action, showing just what can be achieved when people come together for a common cause or to help others.

“It’s all thanks to National Lottery players that we can help give charities and community groups throughout Scotland greater certainty during challenging times.”

To run or walk the 10K, enter here. A ten-week training plan is to follow shortly.