Youngsters from a Paisley football team are putting themselves through a gruelling assault course to raise money for charity.
The St Peter’s Boys’ Club 2006 team are fundraising for the Brightest Star charity which was set up to support bereaved families who have lost a child.
More than 30 players and their family members are being sponsored to complete the Scottish Assault Course, in Ayrshire on Saturday, June 10.
The team has set up a JustGiving page and has set a target of raising £200 for the Renfrew-based charity.
Brightest Star was formed after five-year-old Jack Kennedy, from Renfrew died in his mum, Arlene’s arms when he suffered from the Adenal virus, which made his heart stop.
The charity was formed in Jack’s name to provide support to families whose children have died.
Emma McLelland is a mum who helps run the St Peter’s team and she said: “The boys want to give something back to the community so have decided to try raise money for the Brightest Star charity.“So please dig deep even the smallest of
“So please dig deep even the smallest of donation will be greatly appreciated. We are extremely proud of the boys – a team of boys with the biggest of hearts.”
Anyone wishing to donate to the St Peter’s lads fundraising effort should log on to Emma’s St Peter’s FC 2006 Scottish Assault Course JustGiving page.