An Angus castle recently donated the use of its facilities for the day to raise money for two charities.
Guthrie Castle, near Friockheim, donated the use of the private onsite nine hole golf course and 15th Century Castle Drawing Room, to raise money for The Indian Institute for Mother and Child (IIMC) and The Institute of Psychological and Educational Research (IPER).
A total of 40 golfers and 28 bridge players bought tickets to support the event organised by Dianne Stout-Watt, Brian Watt and Guthrie Castle staff.
The IIMC supports the medical needs of the most deprived people in West Bengal who have no access to basic healthcare or medical facilities.
The IPER works towards the improvement of conditions for women and children who are denied the basic needs of education, sanitation and nutrition.
A good day was had by all in support of these good causes.
Our picture shows the charitable golfers who played on the private nine hole course at Guthrie Castle.