Staff from Royal Bank of Scotland branches across their East and Borders local market have been doing their bit to raise money for Cash for Kids and the Radio Borders Mission Christmas project.
Fourteen members of staff from all over East Lothian and the Borders recently walked 20 miles of the Berwickshire Coastal Path route to raise funds for the appeal.
In very windy and cold, but bright, conditions the walkers started from Pease Bay and took in Siccar Point, Fast Castle, St Abbs Head and Coldingham before finishing in Eyemouth.
The excellent sum of £2,683 was raised and thanks go to all those who sponsored the walkers or made donations.
Thanks also the E. and A.J. Robertson of Duns for supplying transport for the walkers.
Pictured above at the cheque presentation are, left to right, Grant Hogg, RBS branch manager at Duns, Amy Sharp, RBS customer services officer at Galashiels, the Radio Borders mascot, Candy Rafferty, Cash for Kids charity manager, and Hazel Brydon, RBS Local CEO East and Borders.