Don't be too scared when you board a Stagecoach bus in Ayrshire next week - but you can expect some spooky-looking drivers.

Employees are set to don Hallowe'en outfits to raise funds for the local Night Before Christmas charity's annual campaign.

On October 27, the company's drivers and other staff in Kilmarnock will celebrate ‘Killieween’, while employees across Ayr and other parts of Scotland will celebrate on the more traditional October 31, each donating £1 to the amazing charity.

Fiona Doherty, managing director of Stagecoach West Scotland said: “If you spot one of our team in their fang-tastic costumes, let us know on Twitter @StagecoachWScot.”

The bus giant will be connecting people to Hallowe'en events all over Ayrshire - and travel is free for under-22s and over-60s.

Here's a list of the Ayrshire events you can travel to by Stagecoach's bus services.

Ayrshire events include:

Spooky tours of Dundonald Castle: services 10, 110

Tamfest at Rozelle - Tam's Auld Haunts: services 97 and 361

Tamfest at the Cutty Sark Centre: multiple services into Ayr

Heads of Ayr Farm Park's pumpkin patch: service 361

Kelburn Country Park: service 585/585A

Dean Castle Country Park: multiple services into Kilmarnock