Rest centres have been opened across Aberdeenshire as many communities remain on flood alert.
The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (Sepa) has issued severe flood warnings for five areas of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, with Kintore, Inverurie, Ballater and Aberdeen set to be among the worst affected.
Local residents, businesses, hotels, and community centres are opening their doors to those in need.
Founder Jenny Taylor said they are “happy to assist with any need there is.”
She said: “If people are urgently needing help with clothes or anything like that, we would be happy to respond.
“When people lose stuff, it is difficult for them. I am happy to help where there is a need. We will open our doors, no problem.”
Here is a list of all the rest centres open to the public across Aberdeenshire:
- Victoria and Albert Hall, Ballater: Open for anyone unable to stay in their home.
- Inverurie Community Campus: Open for anyone unable to stay in their home.
- Kemnay Academy: Open for anyone unable to stay in their home.
- Norwood Hall Hotel, Garthdee: Happy to provide shelter and hot beverages to those affected.
- The Elgin Kintore Arms, Inverurie: Rooms available for people in need of shelter or refuge.