Over 600 Santas filled the streets of Dundee today to raise cash for The ARCHIE Foundation.
In only its second year, the Dundee Santa Dash sees Dundonians don the traditional red suit and beard before jogging together through the city centre.
It is hoped the run will raise thousands for Tayside Children’s Hospital at Ninewells.
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Garry Smith, events and promotions officer for organisers Leisure and Culture Dundee, said the atmosphere has been “absolutely fantastic”.
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He said: “Around 500 people signed up before with an extra 100 turning up today.
“Everyone is in the spirit and dressed up. Some of the accessories on show are just great.”
The total amount raised will be revealed in a few weeks time.
Meanwhile, Dundee Bikers also held their annual Santa Run for local charities Glenlaw House and Spectrum.
Over 100 bikers took part, raising in excess of £1000 and also donating toys and gifts for children.