A Rosyth councillor is stepping up his efforts for Scotland's animal welfare charity by taking on a fundraising challenge.

Councillor Brian Goodall will walk 100km this November in support of the Scottish SPCA.

“This will be the third time I’ve done a challenge like this for the Scottish SPCA," he said.

“I think most people will be aware of the great work the charity does to help pets and other animals who have been mistreated or abandoned, but they also do amazing work protecting Scotland’s wildlife, treating and rehabilitating sick and injured creatures that have been found, or reported to them, by the public.”

Cllr Goodall added: “With 30 days in November, I should be doing around 3.33km each day, and I’ve been managing that most days, so I’m on target now to complete the 100km by the end of the month.”

Some of his favourite walking routes so far have been around Charlestown, Limekilns and Rosyth, and he's been up Dollar Glen and enjoyed walking around Townhill Loch.

He also had a great companion to help keep him going earlier in the week.

Cllr Goodall said: “On Tuesday I was joined on my walk by my friend’s greyhound. She was great company and really kept me clocking up the kilometres!”

You can donate to Cllr Goodall's JustGiving page at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/brian1697899963346.