YOUNG people from the Wee County are this week returning to a powerful roadshow highlighting the dangers of careless driving.

Safe Drive, Stay Alive returned to the Macrobert this week with Clacks students among those attending.

It is understood more than 4,300 pupils will attend this year with the roadshow, featuring first-hand accounts from emergency services personnel and those whose lives have been changed in an accident.

The crucial roadshow was saved from the chopping block by an Advertiser campaign in 2017 and this year, MSP Alexander Stewart has lodged a parliamentary motion to celebrate its return.

Organisers including Alan Faulds and Melanie Mitchell are pictured with participants and the Mid Scotland and Fife representative this week.