EVE Muirhead returned from gold medal success at the European Curling Championships to pass on top tips at intu Braehead.

Muirhead, who lead the Scotland women’s team to the top prize in Switzerland last weekend, gave lessons at the centre’s weekly Saturday Sweep session.

She was joined on the ice by Clangus, the mascot for the Braehead Clan ice hockey team.

Scott Martin, general manager at intu Braehead Leisure, said: “It’s fantastic that people interested in curling, no matter how experienced they are, or even if they’re just a novice, were able to be coached by a champion curler.

“Eve and her team did us all proud by winning the European Championships and who knows, we may even have another top-class curler in the making from the young curlers who come along to our Saturday Sweep sessions."

Muirhead is intu Braehead’s curling ambassador, and brought her gold medal along to the training.

Sessions run throughout the week and last 90 minutes, with the curling rink located on the upper mall of the intu Braehead shopping centre. All equipment is provided.