Details have been announced for a charity football match in memory of a Garelochhead man.

The event will raise funds for the Gary Andrews Remember A Life charity, which was founded in 2018.

It was set up Gary's wife, Kelly Andrews, after he passed away at the age of 40, having been diagnosed with lung cancer.

The charity aims to help people living with critical illness and their families to create special memories, or to ease financial burdens.

Gary died after taking ill while on holiday with Kelly and son Joshua on the Costa Dorada.

After a series of one-off events in Gary’s memory, Kelly officially set up Gary Andrews - Remember a Life in March 2018.

Its supporters can often be seen out and about in the town on fund-raising challenges of one sort or another, from round the world walks to half marathon runs, cycles, car washes, raffles and other fun events like their very successful lockdown wine tasting.

The money raised as a result of these challenges doesn’t go to the big national campaigns, but stays locally and goes towards helping other families living with cancer or critical illness to make special memories or to ease the burdens imposed by illness.

This year's memorial match will be held at the football pitches in Cardross on Sunday, April 9.

The fixtures are yet to be confirmed, but any players who have previously took part are asked to get in touch.

The organisers are also looking for raffle donations. To support the event, contact the Gary Andrews Remember a Life Facebook page.

Donations to the charity can be made direct to the bank account: Gary Andrews Remember a Life, sort code 80-22-60 and account no: 19708964.

Kelly can be contacted on 07714 419758 for details of how to apply for a donation.