Special Olympics Isle of Man will hold their annual charity duck dash on Sunday at 2.15pm, at Silverdale Glen, Ballasalla.
Funds raised at this event will help to send a team of athletes to represent the Isle of Man in the Special Olympics European Summer Games, which are being held in Antwerp, Belgium, next September.
The starting point of the race is north of the boating lake and spectators are advised to wear appropriate footwear, as the path may be a little uneven in places.
The ducks will be released into the stream and people can walk alongside them right down to the finish line. The winning ducks are picked out and the prizes are awarded accordingly.
There are some ducks still available at only £1 a go.
These can be bought on the day it the Silverdale Cafe from 11.30am or from ‘Head of Ducks’ Barry Dulson.
The Silverdale café will be open in the morning from 10am right through till 4pm.
Winners and spectators will gather in the cafe after the race to announce the prize winners and give the prizes out.
Prizes include fantastic homemade cakes, chocolates, sweets and, for adults only, wine.