FRIENDS of a Dunfermline man who took his own life after a mental health struggle will take to the football pitch next Friday for an annual charity fixture.

The Calum Reid Memorial game will kick off at the Dalgety Bay Sports and Leisure Centre at around 8.10pm.

Calum died in August 2017 at the age of 21 after spiralling into debt.

Soon after his death, his friends decided to organise a charity match in his memory. More than 200 people turned up for last year's tie.

As well as the game, there will be cake and candy, juice and a raffle with all proceeds going to Support in Mind Scotland.

Over the last two years, Calum's mum, Laura – with the help of family and friends – has raised more than £10,000 for the charity and her efforts saw her being named charity champion at the Scottish Charity Awards 2019.

Last month, she opened up for the Press' We Need to Talk campaign to raise awareness in the hope that other families do not have to endure the heartbreak which she and her loved ones have suffered.

"This is the main fundraiser we do," said Laura. "This is the third one – I will be helping with the teas and coffees."