Largs Rangers Supporters Club have praised the important work of the First Responders group and have donated £300 to the charity.

The voluntary responders operate on behalf of the Scottish Ambulance Service responding to medical emergencies while the ambulance is travelling to the patient.

The responders who help to save lives have to fundraise themselves, and work with various partners to develop a network of 11 managed and maintained public access defibrillators from Wemyss Bay to Fairlie.

Largs Rangers Supporters Club spokesman Alan Keegan said: "The work that the First Responders do in Largs and surrounding area is inspirational - and we want to make this an annual contribution.

"The money will be going to the pads on the defibrillators as they have to be regularly replaced once used."

Pictured is Largs Rangers Supporters Club president Alan Smith handing the cheque to Jacqueline Nesbitt, treasurer and active member of Largs First Responders team, along with other responders and club members.