Dundee butchers Ian and Lee Dunbar have bought a defibrillator for their shop after successfully completing a two-month fundraising campaign.
The father and son, who own West End Butchers on Perth Road, started fundraising in July.
The total amount raised was £2,208.
The campaign was part of a nationwide initiative set up by Kinross butcher Pamela Hunter, who sadly lost a customer to cardiac arrest.
Lee, who works alongside his dad, said: “We wanted to raise the money so the area would have access to a defibrillator.
“We heard about the scheme and we realised that 80-90% of our customers were elderly people and this was something that could benefit them. This could be something that ends up saving someone’s life.”
The apparatus was paid for through contributions given by the public in the shop and also an online fundraising page.
The Dunbars also donated a pound for every pound raised by the public.
The defibrillator was installed by a customer who is a qualified electrician.