A north-east cancer support charity welcomed more than 60 people to its biannual meeting.
Clan Cancer Support board members, staff and volunteers met at Clan House, its head office in Aberdeen, with guests arriving from as far as Lerwick and Kirkwall.
The meeting gives those involved in bringing cancer support to clients the opportunity to share experiences, learn about new initiatives and celebrate the positive impact the charity had had on with people affected by cancer.
Chief executive Colette Backwell shared the latest Clan news before trustees and board members took part in a Question Time style discussion.
She said: “We live in such a fast-paced, busy society these days, which makes it hard to engage with everyone regularly, especially with Clan’s widespread workforce across the north-east, Moray, Orkney and Shetland.
“That is why it is so important for our team to come together to celebrate our successes, learn from each other and connect as an organisation.
“We’re incredibly proud to have supported over 2,600 people in the last year, more than half of which were new clients.
“The children and families’ team provided support on over 2,000 occasions.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity to thank everyone who helps make this possible and to motivate everyone to continue and surpass the excellent levels of support they provide across the region.”