The public are being invited to help plant trees in a community woodland area near Peterhead.
Around 200 native trees will be planted from 10am to noon on Saturday, March 21 to increase the biodiversity of Collieburn Park.
Supported by Aberdeenshire Council’s Leader-funded Green Spaces project and the Aberdeenshire Ranger Service, the Brave Outdoors group will be hosting the event.
The organisation operates the Brave Community Woodland near the Nether Kinmundy Road and has provided more than 700 hours of activities for more than 200 groups since opening last year.
Yet, despite these initiatives, there are still people in the north east community who are unaware of the group’s work.
Project coordinator Lewis Swales said: “Collieburn Park is a fantastic, but often overlooked resource for Peterhead residents to enjoy.
“The additional tree-planting will really develop the biodiversity of the area and I would encourage as many people as possible of all ages to come down and support us.”
Green Spaces officer Matthew Watt added: “The tree-planting at Collieburn forms part of a wider scheme to develop the park for all to enjoy.
“This also includes the creation of a cycle path linking Inverugie Road and the popular Formartine and Buchan Way.”
Parking is limited at the site, but Collieburn Park is accessible by walking or cycling from Peterhead.