Teams from across Moray helped raise more than £10,000 for charity by taking part in a wild and wacky obstacle course at the weekend.
Thousands of spectators flocked to Buckie’s Linzee Gordon Park on Saturday to savour the spectacle, which paid homage to the popular TV programme “It’s a Knockout”.
Participants of all ages had to work in unison to complete tricky tasks along a course lined with huge inflatables, before plunging into pools of foamy water.
Organisers hailed the warm weather as a contributing factor in encouraging so many people to come along.
And onlookers surrounded the eye-catching obstacle course with ice cream cones and cooling drinks.
By the end of the day, an approximate total of £10,100 had been raised for the Lossiemouth-based Logan’s Fund children’s cancer charity.
The group was established in honour of three-year-old Logan Main, who died in 2009.
A junior version of the challenge ran from 11am to 1pm, which was won by a side named “All About the Banter”.
Pipe bands from Buckie and Keith kept attendees entertained during an interval by parading across the area with a selection of traditional tunes.
A squad from Moray RFC triumphed in the adult section, followed by a group of local shopworkers.
One of the day’s main organisers, Denise Thomson, said: “This was my fifth year running the event in Buckie and this was as good as any other, if not better.
“There was a great turnout and atmosphere, which we partly have the weather to thank for.
“The course looks tricky, but it’s a lot of fun, and that’s the main thing. It felt like all the teams really knocked themselves out for Logan’s Fund.”
Ms Thomson added she was looking forward to the spectacle returning to Linzee Gordon Park next summer, and thanked the firms who assisted in making the day a successful one.
She said that Elgin housing firm Springfield Properties had donated the use of fencing for the arena, while Buckie’s Tesco and Co-op stores offered items for raffles.