Two Dundee brothers have exceeded their £2,000 fundraising target after walking across hot coals.
Gary and Graeme Turnbull, who run local business Fire Surround Centres, walked 20 feet over coals heated to 1,236F (669C) to raise money for Alzheimer Scotland and Beat SCAD (spontaneous coronary artery dissection).
Their father Bob, who launched the business in 1969, was diagnosed with dementia when he was 62 and Gary’s wife Kirsty was diagnosed with SCAD in 2013, which caused her to have two rare types of heart attack.
Gary said: “We thought our showroom was cosy but little did we know. The firewalk was a fantastic and fun challenge to get involved in, and a great way of giving back to two charities which mean so much to us as a family.
“We would like to thank everyone who supported us both financially and on the night.”
The event was held outside Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Sense Scotland.