A PAIR of walking wonders from Inverkip disco-ed their way from Glasgow to Falkirk to raise more than £1,500 for charity.

Irene and Graham McIntosh took on the virtual MoonWalk Scotland, organised by the Walk the Walk breast cancer charity, on Saturday June 12.

As the theme of this year's walk was disco, the couple donned their best 70s gear and walked 28 miles between two Maggie's cancer care centres - from Gartnavel Hospital in Glasgow all the way to Forth Royal Hospital in Larbert, near Falkirk.

MoonWalk Scotland usually takes the form of a trek around Edinburgh starting at midnight but that couldn't happen this year due to coronavirus regulations.

Irene said this year's walk in the daylight was great fun.

She added: "It was a fantastic day.

"Our outfits drew a lot of attention and a lot of people stopped us to ask us what we were doing, which gave us a chance to talk about the cause.

"We even received donations from people along the way as well which was so kind.

"Nina Barough, the founder of Walk the Walk, called us on the way round and gave us great support.

"It was lovely to read all the messages on social media and to see the emails coming in with donations as we walked."

Irene, 63, has been involved in the annual MoonWalks since 2006.

Graham, 66, joined his wife on the walks in 2012 - the same year that Irene's sister Helen, and Graham's male friend and work colleague were diagnosed with breast cancer.

Helen is now doing well but Graham's friend sadly passed away.

So far, the fundraising total is sitting at £1,277 plus £246.75 in gift aid, making a total of £1,523.75.

Irene added: "We can’t thank people enough for their amazing support.

"They're all stars."

To donate visit https://walkthewalk.enthuse.com/pf/boobie-wanderland