Big-hearted friends and neighbours of a Moray woman battling to raise £100,000 for the charity seeking to find a cure for motor neurone disease (MND) provided another boost to her cause at the weekend.
20-year-old Lucy Lintott was diagnosed with the condition 18 months ago and since has been tireless in her efforts to raise funding for MND Scotland.
Her total was taken to over £51,000 on Saturday when a fun day in her home community at Garmouth added a further £730 to the collection.
Organised by Lucy with the help of friends and family, the Easter Eggstravaganza included an Easter Egg trail for young children and afternoon activities in the village hall.
Lucy said: “I used to love doing scavenger hunts in the village when I was little but they had not had anything like that for years. It was one of my fondest childhood memories and I hope I was able to create some new memories for the children who came along on Saturday.
“It was an amazing day and was the best feeling in the world to see my little village filled with families and people of all ages.”
People who wish to donate to ‘Lucy’s Fight’ can do so by visiting http://www.justgiving.com/Lucy-Lintott1.