Taxi drivers in Glasgow are preparing for the annual trip to Troon with children with additional needs.
The Glasgow Taxi Outing Fund drive will take place for the 67th time on June 20.
One hundred and fifty drivers will take more than 300 pupils, along with the carers and parents, to Ayrshire for the day.
Pupils at St Kevins school joined a Glasgow taxi for the launch of the event.
They urged supporters to back this year’s outing by coming out to support the drivers and children later this month.
Jo Reid, the chair of the Glasgow Taxi Outing Fund, said: "Such a great day is only possible with the help of taxi drivers, local businesses and the support from the people of Glasgow, all of whom we urge to come out and make this the special occasion it’s been for the last 66 years."
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