SKINNY dippers are set to splash out in Aberdour again to raise money for good causes.

The 'Noody Dook' event, organised by the Carnegie Dunfermline Rotary Club, follows the success of last year's inaugural dip when over 130 people peeled off and waded into the water to raise more than £3,000 for charity.

This year's dip will be held on Sunday, May 12 and organiser Lee Walls said they are hoping even more people will take part.

"Peeling off in public is not to everyone’s taste, and perhaps there were some folk out there who thought about it last year, but thought they’d wait and see how the first one went before they took the plunge," he said.

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“The feedback from participants last year was overwhelmingly positive. Everyone enjoyed themselves, and many commented how liberating it was, what a sense of achievement it gave them, and what a boost it gave to their mental health.

“So we hope lots more people will come and take part in what will be both a challenge and a celebration.”

The event, from 6am to 8am, is open to anyone aged 18 or older, and participants need only get naked if they’re comfortable doing so.

Lee added: "In fact, participants might like to add to the fun by wearing colourful wigs, masks and face-paint or similar.”

Prior registration via Eventbrite is mandatory, and costs £15.

All but Eventbrite’s small handling fee is passed to Carnegie Rotary Club to be used to fund the many causes that it supports which range from helping to eradicate polio disease to supporting victims of the war in Ukraine, providing education for poor children in Africa, and supporting disadvantaged people in West Fife.

Dookers are also welcome to be sponsored to raise money for the club or for their own favourite charities.

Further information, and a link to the Eventbrite page for registering, is available on the Carnegie Dunfermline Rotary Club’s Facebook page.