Dyce volunteers have been praised for their eco-friendly efforts to spruce up their local train station.
Scotrail marked the final day of National Volunteer Week by hosting its first annual Scotrail in the Community Awards, held at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow.
The Dyce Gardening Club was triumphant in the wake of their work to improve their local train station – and won the Adopt a Station of the Year award.
More than 275 Scotrail stations across the country are part of the Adopt a Station programme, with projects across Scotland ranging from garden displays to charity bookshops, art galleries and model railway clubs.
In Dyce volunteers have enlisted the help of nursery children, Dyce Academy pupils and Men’s Shed members to assist with bio-diversity planting and putting up posters at the station.
Redundant planters were also donated by Aberdeen City Council, which the volunteers immediately set about recycling and installing at the station.