A charity lunch to raise money for a mental health charity in memory of a young father from Dundee will be held this weekend.
Lee Welsh, 27, was found dead at his Peddie Street home in the city’s West End last August.
After his death Lee’s father Phil said his son had battled mental health issues for nine years, which led to him campaigning for better mental health services.
A host of fundraisers and campaigns have been launched since the 27-year-old father of one’s death – including a football match organised by childhood friend Steve Martin, 27.
Now a soup and pudding lunch will be held at Dundee West Church Hall in Perth Road on Saturday from 11.30am-1pm.
The event, organised by Lee’s mum Lesley with the support of Friends of Magdalen Green, will be raising money for Dundee and Angus Mental Health.
Entry costs £5 and includes tea, coffee, biscuits, a raffle and a cake stall.
For more information visit notinvainforlee.co.uk.