A Moray running club’s annual autumn race made great strides this year as it was revamped at one of the region’s top landmarks.
For over 50 years, the Forres Harriers have hosted a race around Halloween. Historically, the competition has taken on many guises over several decades and, up until last year, it was known as the Dyke 10K.
But on Sunday, the event was re-launched as the Brodie Castle 10K and took advantage of some unseasonably warm weather.
A good mix of club runners from near and far led the way with 255 finishers crossing the line.
The race was won by Kenny Wilson, of Moray Road Runners, in 32 minutes 24 seconds. The ladies race was won by Jenny Bannerman, of Inverness, in 36 minutes 50 seconds.
In the veteran categories, Gareth Jenkins and Marie Baxter won the over 40s, while Stan Mackenzie and Carole Massie won the over 50s. The over 60s prizes were taken by Graeme Clarke and Barbara Bowie.
The team prize was won by Inverness Harriers.