Fairlie’s Big Pink Weekend was an outstanding success in the village and plenty dressed up for the big occasion.
A total of £2266 was raised for Breast Cancer Care. 
One of the organisers Linda Beveridge said: "It would be brilliant to thank all the volunteers and the community for their support and donations." 
And local cycling medallist Steve Donaldson did in fact turn from Silver Fox to Pink Panther in aid of Breast Cancer Care, and in memory of his beloved wife, Linda.
Steve had set a challenge to raise £100 on Fairlie’s Big Pink Party Weekend's Just Giving Page by Friday night.
Amazingly, it had reached almost £300 by then, including a pledge of £100 by his sister, Eleanor, so he went fluorescent pink with the help of Katie from No. 75 salon in Fairlie.
Linda said: "We have had a packed Pink Party all weekend, with tremendous support from the community and plenty of smiles all round.
"A special thanks to Brian and Debbie Flanagan for hosting all our events at The Village Inn, Fairlie
"Two months ago I decided to hold a Big Pink event, in the church, and asked Brian if they could help provide and serve the drinks His reply? “Of course, but why don’t we think BIG and hold events all weekend?” 💕 So one event turned into eight, and the rest is history. Thank you Brian and Debbie for letting us transform your place into a Big Pink Party space for the weekend - it was an ideal venue." 
You can still donate by visiting www.justgiving.com/fundraising/LindaBeveridge 
Morrison's community champion Suki McGregor also popped along with a donation of cakes for the coffee morning.
Pics: Charlie Gilmour.