A series of family-friendly events aimed at reinvigorating Fraserburgh town centre was relaunched at the weekend.
Super Saturdays follows a successful pilot last year. Hundreds flocked to Saltoun Square for the first of six themed fun days planned for 2014.
The aim is to lure more shoppers and visitors to the town centre area as part of a regeneration project. On Saturday, a range of stalls and games with a homecoming theme were set up in and around the square.
The fun kicked off at 10am with a performance by the town’s Royal British Legion Pipe Band.
Throughout the day, visitors were able to sample local foods, learn about the Broch’s bygone days and enjoy live music.
First Minister Alex Salmond was in attendance, campaigning with European election candidates Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh and Ian Hughton.
Super Saturdays co-ordinator Anne Gostling said: “We are committed to promoting Fraserburgh and the surrounding area by providing a series of six themed events this year, including live entertainment, market stalls and food and drink.”
The next fun day, scheduled for June 14, will have a fishing theme.
Other themes will be inspired by sports, farming and food and drink.
A special festive event will be held in the run-up to Christmas.
Super Saturdays coincide with a recently revealed action plan for Fraserburgh, which aims to breathe new life into the town centre.
Aberdeenshire Council regeneration officer Gillian Bain said Super Saturdays were an important part of helping to revive the town. “The regeneration action plan for Fraserburgh recognises that regeneration is not just about buildings and the economy, but about communities and an active town centre.”