A SALMON wagon at Rosyth Children's Gala is set to serve up a donation to a local charity.

The mobile Mowi eatery will be on the road this summer serving up barbecued salmon at 10 events across Scotland to raise vital funds for charities.

Arriving at events fully stocked and staffed by Mowi, 100 per cent of proceeds from food sales will benefits the various good causes.

Eats Rosyth is the charity which has been selected to benefit from the sales at Rosyth Gala, which takes place on Saturday, May 27.

Jayne MacKay, Mowi Scotland's Community Engagement Officer, said thousands of pounds were raised from last year's tour.

“After the success of last year we are excited to hit the road again to support another ten brilliant events, which are vital social occasions for our local communities," she said. "From village galas, agricultural shows and Highland games to festivals, women’s shinty finals and fundraisers for RNLI lifeboat stations, we can’t wait to show our support for these gatherings which forms a key part of Mowi’s commitment to help the communities we work in thrive.”