An annual charity ball has raised more than £83,000 to support cancer sufferers and their families.
Hundreds of people danced the night away at Clan Cancer Support’s Christmas Cracker at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on November 27.
The event, which was supported by Total UK Limited and Hydrasun, is the charity’s biggest fundraiser of the year.
Guests enjoyed a three-course meal, silent auction, tombola and a range of entertainment throughout the duration of the evening.
Dr Colette Backwell, the charity’s chief executive, said: “Our Christmas Cracker event is a really important evening for all associated with Clan and we were delighted with the continued support shown towards it.
“Alongside the fundraising element, a big part of the event is raising awareness of Clan’s service offering and both provide such inspiring stories that are both similar and unique in their own way.
“The support from the event’s key sponsors is also vital to the success of the evening and I’d like to express my gratitude to them for coming on-board this year.
“We are always blown away by the level of support shown by members of the public and the business community towards Clan.
“It was a heart-warming evening and one that will remain with us for a very long time.”