A boy from Fife who has beaten leukemia is asking other young people in the Kingdom to help raise awareness of cancer.
Toby Etheridge is entering homemade arts and crafts into the Cupar Flower Show this year as part of the Glow Gold campaign.
The project runs throughout September to increase awareness of childhood cancer by lighting up iconic buildings and landmarks in the UK gold.
Toby was declared cancer free in April this year after three years of treatment, and now works to raise money for other young people fighting the disease.
He has been telling Kingdom FM News more about the Glow Gold campaign, and how people can get involved in the Cupar Flower Show: