Thousands of Santa Clauses have placed on their trainers to take part in annual charity dashes throughout the UK.
Around 10,000 folks have been concerned on Sunday, working both a 5km or 10km route at occasions in London and Glasgow to lift money for dozens of charities.
It was the most important ever London Santa Run, which noticed round 3,000 folks sporting crimson fits, bobble hats and white beards run round Victoria Park.
Runners have been later awarded free mince pies and a medal for finishing the course.
Skyline Events, the organisers for the London Run, say they count on to lift as much as £1m for 65 charities this 12 months.
“Seeing 3,000 Santas in Victoria Park is a pretty mad sight,” mentioned Skyline spokesperson Siobhan Dillon, earlier than including: “It was really good fun and gets everyone into the Christmas spirit.”
It shouldn’t be at the moment clear how a lot has been raised on the occasion in Scotland. However, Glasgow City Council says it has raised greater than £350,000 in the run because it began in 2006.