A north-east woman is celebrating her roaring win after landing a motorcycle in a charity prize draw.
Irene Downie, from Memsie, is now a proud owner of a brand new Triumph motorbike.
She scooped up the 1200cc Scrambler XC after entering the contest to support the work of Teen Challenge North East Scotland.
The charity provides help to men and women throughout their rehabilitation from drug and alcohol abuse.
Irene, who purchased the winning ticket at the Fraserburgh Vintage Car Rally in June, said: “I was gobsmacked to receive the call saying I had won the motorbike.
“We, as a family, are full of admiration for the work of Teen Challenge and so we’re always delighted to support the work anytime we can.
“To actually win the motorbike is a huge added bonus.”
Gordon Cruden, area manager of Teen Challenge North East Scotland, added: “A huge congratulations to Irene for winning our latest fundraising prize draw.
“She now owns a bike valued at £11,500 while contributing to our work to put hope within reach of hurting addicts.”
The organisation operates two residential addiction recovery centres – a men’s facility in Sunnybrae, near Fyvie, and a women’s refuge in Benaiah, near Mintlaw.
Both facilities are located in rural Aberdeenshire in order to offer peaceful retreats where those suffering from substance misuse can take time out to rebuild their lives.
For further information on Teen Challenge North East Scotland, visit www.tcns.org.uk