From The Courier
An international band of brothers has smashed a £30,000 cancer charity fundraising target en route to conquering the West Highland Way.
The 15 walking pals from across the globe have a combined age of 1,000 years.
But blisters and old bones were no barrier to their determination to complete the 96-mile hike.
It was organised by Dundee man Garry Fraser in memory of his brother, Stuart, who passed away last September.
Engineer Stuart was just weeks away from his 68th birthday when he lost his battle with prostate cancer.
The father-of-two was a keen walker and the WHW trek was on the cards before he passed away.
Garry said the loss gave the Milngavie to Fort William challenge even greater meaning.