Hundreds of people from Ayrshire pounded the streets of Glasgow last weekend for the annual Kiltwalk.

Organisers said a record 13,000 people took part in the event, which began at Glasgow Green.

About 6,500 took part in a 23-mile walk, 3,700 attempted a 15-mile “big stroll” while 2,800 finished a six mile “wee wander”.

Organisers say the fundraiser is expected to raise more than £3.5m for charities.

Among them were some Ayrshire faces, including the Fit Ayrshire Dads who collectively have raised more than £7,000 for the Whiteley’s Retreat.

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A group of Irvine mums, called Keeva’s Divas also took part, raising more than £2,000 for Ronald McDonald House.

Irvine-based gym duo, Dual Fitness also took part along with members from their Dundonald gym.

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Once again, Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation added an additional 40 per cent to all funds raised by each and every walker.

This means that for every £1 raised, £1.40 goes to the charity of the walker’s choice.

It was a star-studded event with Judy Murray, Jackie Bird, actor Tom Urie, TV weatherman Sean Batty and showbiz reporter Laura Boyd all donning their tartan and taking part in the walks.

Congratulations to everyone who took part in this amazing fundraiser.