KIND-HEARTED staff and customers at The Gothenburg Hotel in Rosyth have been fundraising all summer for worthy causes.

Jade Harley, Mags Dyce and Brenda Stewart organised a charity BBQ and football match which saw players being pelted with water balloons!

All proceeds from the day were split between Prostate Cancer UK and the family of teenager Lee Watson, who, as the Press reported last week, has been given the all-clear after battling Ewing Sarcoma, a bone cancer most commonly diagnosed in children and young adults.

Customer John Flett put himself forward for a charity headshave raising a phenomenal £400 – the proceeds of which have been split between Prostate Cancer UK and Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland.

There have also been lots of quizzes along the way that have brought in the pounds.

"Our customers and staff were great in the game, which was super hero-themed," Jade said.

"After seeing the coverage about local lad Lee Watson in the Press we decided we wanted that money to go to him and his family.

"We want them to go have fun with the money and do something after what we can only imagine has been a stressful year.

"We managed to raise £550 for them!"

Jade Harley and John Devine hosted and ran a series of pub quizzes through the summer with all proceeds from these going to Prostate Cancer UK. They handed over a total of £1,520.

Jade added: "Our main aims were to raise money and awareness.

"Everyone at The Gothenburg has been supportive of our fundraising efforts and we can't thank the staff, local businesses (special mention to The Bouncy Castle Man who donated a huge prize for our BBQ) and customers who have supported us!

"It has been a pleasure and we have another fundraising campaign in the works for the winter months to support another charity."