Campaigners from across Tayside and Fife have returned home footsore but fired up after thousands of Yes supporters turned out for a huge pro-independence rally in Glasgow.
Police estimated 35,000 people were at the All Under One Banner event on Saturday, but organisers said the total was closer to 80,000.
Flags from Yes Perth City were among those spotted on the route between Kelvingrove Park and Glasgow Green.
The Yes Perth City crew all ready for the bus trip to Glasgow! pic.twitter.com/TzTzBAAx0r
— Yes Perth City (@Yes_Perth_City) May 5, 2018
Co-ordinator Neil Mackay said: “The purpose is to grow the movement, to galvanise us and bring more people on board, and to give as good a representation of the movement as we can.
“As far as we’re all concerned there will be another independence referendum, and it’ll be before 2021 when Brexit finally happens. We’re ready, and we’ll be doing this every year all over Scotland.”
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will update Holyrood on the next steps towards a Indyref2 when the terms of Brexit are clearer, which was thought to be this autumn.