TESCO Duloch went pink at the weekend to raise money for Cancer Research.

Staff organised a range of activities in the store to mark the 20th anniversary for Race for Life.

Workers dressed in pink and cash was raised through raffles and a bake sale while several 'super-heroes' also popped in to give their support.

One of the store's managers, Lynne Loudon, said the weekend had been a great success – and brought some welcome cheer for staff and customers.

"It was a total breath of fresh air," she said. "The kids that were in – and the adults – were so excited to see the super-heroes and they stayed as far away from people as they could.

"It was to mark it being 20 years from when Tesco and the Race for Life joined together. Because we couldn't do the Race for Life, a big weekend was suggested for raising as much money as we could for Cancer Research UK.

"We had a big table full of raffle prizes, buckets out and a bake sale where everything was individually-wrapped which sold out within minutes."