An Aberdeen hotel is hosting a service in memory of its former worker who died following an incident.
Anthony McGladrigan was found injured at a property in Greeness, near Cuminestown, in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
The 51-year-old was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by ambulance, but died later in the day.
Mr McGladrigan was a full-time quality service leader at Chop Grill and Bar in the Sandman Signature Hotel, Aberdeen, where he had worked since it opened last year.
The hotel will stage a commemorative event on Sunday between 2pm and 4pm.
In an online statement, the hotel said: “We’re having an informal gathering here at Sandman Aberdeen to raise a toast to the life of Anthony McGladrigan.
“An open invitation to all who remember Anthony and wish to raise a glass to this wonderful man.”
Message to all who knew & met Anthony.
We’re having an informal gathering, Sunday 4th August, 2pm – 4pm here at Sandman #Aberdeen to raise a toast to the life of Anthony McGladrigan.
An open invitation to all who remember Anthony & wish to raise a glass to this wonderful man ? pic.twitter.com/VjqBZj2m7P
— ChopAberdeen (@ChopAberdeen) August 1, 2019
A spokeswoman for the restaurant previously paid tribute to Mr McGladrigan.
She said: “We are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of Anthony.
“He was an amazing and invaluable team member who had been part of the Chop Grill and Bar journey from the beginning.
“Anthony was a hugely well-liked guy, always smiling and fantastic with guests as well as a brilliant colleague.
“He is going to be such a huge miss to everyone here.
“We would like to send our most sincere condolences to his loved ones and we will be offering support to the rest of the team wherever it is needed.”