A Scottish chip emporium is charity business an whole deep-fried Christmas dinner.
Dunkeld Fish Bar in Perthshire claims a turkey goujons, smashed Brussels sprouts and carrots and parsnip fritters are already proof popular.
They are served with a hulk pig-in-a-blanket – a smashed foot-long sausage – and a deep-fried chop cake on a side.
The speciality repast costs about £10.
Sale deduction are going to a Dunkeld community, with a revisit from Santa and his reindeer designed for internal children.
Fish bar owners Scott Davie, 43, said: “People consider they don’t like Brussels sprouts, though they’re always overcooked.
“We do them from raw, and their healthy dampness calm cooks them through, and they are positively amazing. “