A schoolgirl has become the first Scots child to receive a life-changing operation to reverse the effects of cerebral palsy.
Brooke Ramsay, from Carnoustie, in Angus, developed the condition after being born three months prematurely and cannot stand unaided.
Her only chance of being able to walk without help was by undergoing selective dorsal rhizotomy (sdr).
The eight-year-old had the operation at Bristol’s Frenchay Hospital on Tuesday.
She is the hospital's 23rd sdr patient since starting doing the operation just over a year ago.
Brooke is also the first Scots child to be operated on there and the first Scots child to receive funding from the NHS.
The NHS approved her bid for funding following a campaign launched last summer.
The surgery costs £24,000, and the three years after care costs around £35,000.
Brooke's parents Laura and Stewart had worked tirelessly to raise the cash for her.
The pair had been fundraising for a target of around £60,000 but they had also been campaigning for funding from NHS Tayside.
Initially their campaigns were turned down by the health board but it was decided earlier this year that the operation would be funded.
Her parents said they were "delighted" and that "all went well" with her operation.
Other families have recently received funding from the money raised by the couple.
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