A GREENOCK superstore showed its support for good causes in the community at a special fun day.

Morrisons organised the event to give a platform for many local groups.

Store community champion Carol Fountain pulled the fundraiser together and lined up lots of attractions.

There were vintage fire engines, games and lots of stalls for visitors to enjoy.

Compassionate Inverclyde, Alzheimer Scotland and Inverclyde Carers Centre were among the organisations there along on the day, along with charity champ Tommy 'the Clown' Armstrong.

Organiser Carol said: "It was a brilliant day and we raised £500 for our charities Clic Sargent, Guide Dogs for the Blind and for the Chernobyl kids.

"But we also support local charities too.

"We donate to the Salvation Army so they can run a food kitchen."

Customers visiting the store had a chance to play games and browse the stalls to find out more about what is going on on their own doorstep.

Morrisons has helped lots of local charities in the past.

The Morrisons Foundation donated tens of thousands of pounds to Children in Poverty Inverclyde to buy a holiday home.