Sparkling charity event
Prosecco flowed and the ladies had fun while raising cash for a worthy cause on Saturday.
The latest event by the JMA Trust was held at St Andrews Primary in Dumfries and made around £800.
The well-supported ladies day was an afternoon of dancing, games and entertainment with a band and disco.
John Maurice Aitken, died in 2014 after a 10-year cancer battle – just a week short of his 33rd birthday.
The former Lockerbie Primary and St Joseph’s College pupil, was a keen Celtic and Annan Athletic supporter and The JMA Trust – which helps cancer patients and young people – is his legacy set up by family and friends.
Many local schools, organisations and events have benefited from the charity.
Party games Helping out was the only male present, three-year-old Freddy Hamilton
Cheers Joanne and Claire Aitken of the JMA Trust
Prosecco time Leslie Ann Johnstone and Lynn Goldie
Many hands ... JMA Trust helpers on the day
Smiles Denise Hughes and Victoria Bell