Wimbledon trophy tour stops at Andy Murray's old school
Pupils at Dunblane Primary got the chance to pose for photos with the famous prize.
Children at Andy Murray's former primary school had a chance to get their photo taken with the Wimbledon trophy as it tours the UK.
Pupils at Dunblane Primary School posed for pictures with the cup which world number one Murray will be hoping to win for a third time, following on from victories in 2013 and 2016.
The trophy is visiting 20 destinations around the UK in 19 days as part of a tour aimed at getting the nation in the mood for Wimbledon.
Dunblane Primary School headteacher Sarah Starrs said the school was thrilled to welcome the cup.
She said: "We're absolutely delighted to be hosting the trophy here today.
"Andy is a former pupil and when we were asked by Jaguar if we would host this morning's event, we couldn't accept quick enough.
"We're absolutely delighted to do that for our children. Andy is a true inspiration to our children.
"He's shown what, with dedication, hard work and commitment, you can achieve. He is a local hero.
"We will all be cheering and willing Andy on, and hopefully he will bring that cup home for a third time this year."
Pupils at the school were excited to see the trophy up close.
Kirsty Reid, 11, said: "It was really cool, it was so shiny."
Catriona Kane, 11, said: "It was a memorable morning. We will remember it for the rest of our lives."
The promotional event is organised by championship sponsor Jaguar.