A north-east charity is holding a summer market showcasing local artists and craftspeople.
Clan Cancer Support will hold its annual summer market at its base on Westburn Road, Aberdeen on Saturday from 10am-3pm.
More than 25 stallholders will be displaying their wares, selling hand made jewellery, arts and crafts and a variety of home bakes.
Garden volunteers will also be on hand selling plants and cuttings.
Fundraising coordinator Ruth MacIntosh said: “The summer market is a lovely event, and this year we have some exciting new exhibitors.
“Visitors will be able to see unique hand-made jewellery which will make ideal gifts or special treats for yourself, as well as beautiful paintings and craft items. Artists and craftspeople are always keen to come along and our stalls sold out very quickly.”