A group of Broughty Ferry pub owners have joined forces to help locals struggling during lockdown.
The six pubs have launched a food bank and hope to begin accepting requests soon before starting deliveries next week.
No referral will be needed and most of the food bank parcels will be delivered on foot by an army of 60 volunteers who have signed up.
The plan has been hatched by The Fort, Anchor, Eagle Coaching Inn, Bruach, Doc Ferry’s and the Occidental.
The publicans say they are limiting Broughty Ferry Food Bank deliveries to those living in the DD5 postcode to keep the small operation feasible.
They have raised more than £900, including donations from the RNLI Broughty Ferry Lifeboat Station and Dundee Licensed Trade Association.
Debbie Findlay, who owns The Eagle Coaching Inn, said the aim was to “do our bit for the local community”.
Those who want to donate non-perishable items can drop them off at Clydesdale Bank on Gray Street.
The food bank is running from a secret location for security reasons.
It comes as Broughty Ferry Rotary donate £1000 to their supported food bank, Taught by Muhammed.
The food bank recently said it had seen unprecedented demand and was struggling to source enough stock due to panic buying.