Community volunteers in Aberdeenshire have come together to give youngsters in the area something to celebrate.
Children in Alford decorated their parents’ cars and made posters, while others cycled to Haughton Park in the town for a belated and socially-distant Easter celebration.
Hundreds of chocolate eggs had been donated to the Alford Coronavirus Volunteer Network by the National Trust for Scotland.
These were handed out to smiling families as they passed through the area on Saturday afternoon.
In recent weeks the group has been delivering food parcels, prescriptions, library books and games to those in the community.
The team is also organising a uniform swap to support Alford Primary pupils before they return to school.
Anne Stallard, one of the support volunteers, said: “They have really appreciated the generosity of the local community and businesses in providing food, library items and financial support.
“It is a wonderful community effort in these very challenging times.”