People from across Aberdeen will gather this weekend to celebrate workers from all walks of life.
A May Day march and rally has been organised by Aberdeen Trades Union Council to mark International Workers’ Day on Saturday.
Marchers will gather on Rubislaw Terrace from 11am then parade down Union Street with the Guarana Drummers ahead of a rally at the Castlegate from 12.15pm.
A social event will be held after at Parkvale Social Club on King Street, with soup and sandwiches available for all.
The rally will be used to highlight the effects of budget cuts on public services and the effects these can have on workers and local economies.
ATUC president Sasha Brydon said: “They particularly hit the poorest and most vulnerable, who most depend on public services.
“The march today gives a clear message that we will stand together defend our employment and human rights.”