BRIDES-TO-BE in St Andrews are being offered the chance to find the dress of their dreams for their big day while helping a charity at the same time.
Sense Scotland has created a new bridal wear section in its shop in the town’s Greyfriars Gardens, thanks to a generous donation from a bridal shop.
The new stock, all unused, includes a selection of dresses and a range of accessories, including tiaras and veils.
John Gallagher, shop manager, said: “This is a brilliant opportunity to have a magical wedding day with a brand new dress and accessories at a fraction of the usual cost.
“We’d urge people to visit our shop as soon as possible since these items are likely to sell fast.”
Money made from the sale of the bridal wear - and all other shop items - is used to fund Sense Scotland’s vital work with children, young people and adults who have communication support needs arising from a range of disabilities.
This can include advice and support for carers, parties and get-togethers and a range of arts and outdoor opportunities.