TRADITIONAL music artists in Scotland have come together to raise funds for the Eilidh Macleod Memorial Trust.
Eilidh who came from Barra lost her life in the Manchester Arena bombing in May 2017.
The musicians have now produced a “Trad Music Lockdown Cookbook” to raise funds for the Trust.
The book contains recipes from dozens of performers, covering “the pre-show”, “the support act”, “the headliner”, “the encore” and “the after party”, a take on starters, mains deserts and additional meals.
The “Trad Music Lockdown Cookbook” has already sold more than 500 copies in the first fortnight since release.
Eilidh was only 14 years old when she lost her life in the Manchester bombing and was a huge music fan.
She played the pipes in her local pipe band, and the Trust continues her musical journey by supporting music education for children and young people.
Artists contributing to the lockdown cookbook include Skerryvore, Tide Lines The Vatersay Boys and Mànran.
Commenting on the book’s release, organiser Donald Macleod commented: “This year has proven incredibly challenging for musicians and for charities and I am so grateful that they have come together for this cause, which hopefully hits the right note.
“Eilidh was an incredibly talented individual and I would urge everyone who is able to dig deep to raise funds for the Trust established in her name, which supports music education for children and young people.”