A motorbike prize draw will help raise vital funds for a north-east addiction charity.
Throughout lockdown, Teen Challenge North East Scotland continued supporting those recovering from addiction at their men’s facility, Sunnybrae and women’s refuge, Benaiah near Peterhead.
The Bobber motorbike, which has been painted to represent Teen Challenge’s men’s residential recovery centre, Sunnybrae, was built by the charity’s area manager, Gordon Cruden.
The money raised from the prize draw will be used to purchase a “soakaway” dry well at Benaiah and a new roof on one of the accommodation units at Sunnybrae.
Mr Cruden said: “The prize draw offers the opportunity for people to give towards our work, while being in with the chance of winning a custom, old school Bobber motorbike.”
Tickets cost £5 and can be bought until 9am on Friday at www.tcns.org.uk/prize-draw