Cupar did itself proud on Sunday with the biggest team to enter the Dundee Kiltwalk event .
The 26-mile walk was the third undertaken by Team Summer under the leadership of Cupar parents Christian and Karen Wroniecki.
Around 40 people, some of whom had taken part in previous Kiltwalks in Glasgow and Edinburgh, began their marathon effort around the outskirts of the city from the start line at Camperdown Park.
The route took them through Templeton Woods and Trottick Mill Ponds nature reserve, before crossing the road at Claypotts and heading for Monifieth and a much appreciated lunch stop at Broughty Ferry.
The walkers then travelled along Riverside to Invergowrie before returning to the park,
On the way many participants who were walking for charities such as CHAS (the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland) as well as less-well-known children’s charities and foundations with some participants displayed photos and information about the children their were walking for, or in memory of.
Team Summer was inspired by the brave fight Chris and Karen’s daughter Summer had with cancer when she was aged just three.
Fortunately she has now recovered and the six-year-0ld took part in the six-mile ‘Wee Kiltwalk’, also in Camperdown Park with her brother Brody (8), grandparents and other friends.
To support Team Summer visit www.virginmoneygiving/teamsummer6.