This week, we're taking a short hop back 10 years to look at the top stories and pictures from the Ayr Advertiser in autumn 2013.

Who can you spot in these pictures?

Ayr Advertiser: Ayr's Woodland store fun day in 2013

Ayr’s Woodland Store’s owner Saleem Shahid held a fun day to raise money for a charity who were helping his grand niece Ayesha, who desperately needed a bone marrow transplant after being diagnosed with leukaemia. A total of £500 was raised for the Anthony Nolan Trust.

Ayr Advertiser: Struthers

Struthers Primary School raised a whopping £953 for Macmillan Cancer Support in 2013. The Macmillan coffee morning, organised by P7 pupils, saw families and friends treated to home baking and a cuppa at the school.

Ayr Advertiser: Uganda

FOUR pupils from Ayr had the experience of a lifetime during a trip to Africa in 2014. Rebekah Gavin (S6), Hanna Smith (S6), Morven Archbold (S5) and Rachel Alner (S5) from Wellington School joined Deputy Head Mr Stovell on a trip to Budadiri in Uganda to help build a classroom for the local kids.

Ayr Advertiser: Troon Primary pupils held a danceathon in 2013

There was dancing in the playground as every Troon Primary pupil learned new steps in October 2013. The school held a huge danceathon to raise money for outdoor learning, with 342 pupils taking part.

Ayr Advertiser: Guide

A TROON teenager was presented with the highest award available within the Girl Guides. Hannah Lawrie, 19, received the prestigious Queen’s Guide Award.