People across the north-east are being urged to don their aprons and take part in a charity’s birthday bake-off.
Clan Cancer Support will mark its 35th anniversary next month with a Go Purple for Clan campaign.
The charity provides comfort and support to people with cancer, their friends and family, and has bases across the north, north-east and islands.
From September 2-9 it is encouraging people to host a fundraising bake sale in their office, or find another a purple-themed challenge to help generate cash.
Fundraising co-ordinator Ruth McIntosh said: “Each year we are so impressed by the different ideas that individuals, groups, schools and workplaces come up with to support Go Purple For Clan.
“This year we want people to come together, enjoy some time out of their day and celebrate the fact that Clan has been providing support and information for people affected by a cancer diagnosis for 35 years.”