A SUPERFIT duo getting ready to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for charity put hand-made arts and crafts on display to boost their fundraising bid.

Port Glasgow pair Rena Wiggins, 76, and Senga Smith, 62, pitched up in the Coronation Park with an Easter stall to raise cash for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The fundraising friends are part of a £70,000 charity mission to climb the mountain.

It has been postponed because of the pandemic, so they have been keeping busy making up chocolate and knitted treats as they continue to support the charity.

Rena said: "We were supposed to climb Mount Kilmanjaro last year but it was cancelled and we are just waiting until we get the go-ahead to go.

"We knit the animals ourselves and put everything together and we also run marathons and do charity walks.

"Over the years we have run marathons and walked all over the world.

"It is lovely fundraising in Port Glasgow, people are always so generous."

The women are part of a fundraising team of friends who have raised a remarkable £1.5 million over the last decade for the cancer charity.

They have been all over the globe on charity missions, from the New York Marathon to the Great Wall of China.

Rena first began fundraising back in 2003 and since then she has completed over 20 marathons.

The pair are part of a 16-strong fundraising team for Macmillan Cancer, which includes their friends Bill Leckie the sports journalist and former footballer Des McKeown.