TODDLERS took part in a walk at a city shopping centre to raise cash for charity.

The annual Toddle Waddle at St Enoch Centre saw dozens of youngsters stroll around the retail centre, with giant teddy bears Hamley and Hatty leading the way.

Kids dressed up as their ­favourite superheroes, princesses and cartoon characters before heading off on the walk, which raised money for Sense Scotland.

The charity supports disabled young people, children and adults who need help to live ­active and independent lives.

Andy Kerr, chief executive of Sense Scotland, said: "This is a fun way to fundraise and help the children, young people and adults we work with in Scotland to have a choice in how they live their lives.

"Sense Scotland is delighted to be the beneficiary of this ­fantastic event."

Anne Ledgerwood, general manager at St Enoch Centre, said: "We are proud to support Sense Scotland and the event is a fun way for our younger shoppers and their families to help this very worthwhile charity."