A FIVE-YEAR-OLD from Crossgates took on the world's longest inflatable assault course and raised more than £1,000 for charity in the process.

Freya Donnachie has a rare, sarcoma-like spinal tumour and has been supported by the children’s cancer charity LoveOliver since her diagnosis last year.

She took on the Tartan Titan course at Conifox Adventure Park a short while after returning from a course of proton radiotherapy in Manchester.

She was joined by her mum, Denise, dad, Ryan, and sister, Eve, along with many aunties and cousins.

Denise said: "We are honoured to be part of team LoveOliver for The Tartan Titan Charity Day.

"LoveOliver has supported us so much since our daughter's diagnosis.

"It was a great family fun day and Freya even got to enjoy it too."

Through sponsorship from friends and family, Freya has raised £1,030 for the charity.

Charity supporters flocked to the adventure park in Edinburgh as the park held an exclusive open day for fundraisers to take on the whopping 600m Tartan Titan course to raise money for their chosen charities.

A total of £13,000 was raised by groups and individuals on the day.

To support Freya’s fundraising and make a donation through Just Giving, visit: www.justgiving.com/page/ryan-donnachie-1685394959833