Thousands of people flocked to the streets of Perth at the weekend as the Fair City celebrated a successful, sun-drenched ‘Super Saturday’.
Huge crowds descended on the city centre as it played host to six huge events in one day, including the inaugural Women’s Tour of Scotland cycle race and The Great Scottish Tattie Run.
Perthshire Pride, the Touch of Tartan Perth Half Marathon, the Medieval Fayre and St Johnstone’s first home league game of the season also attracted massive numbers as visitors and locals came out in their droves.
Perth and Kinross Council Provost, Dennis Melloy, said it was “one of the best days” Perth had ever had.
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