An Aberdeen gym has successfully pulled off a 24-hour silent disco for charity.
The Warehouse Health Club staged the impressive fundraising feat on Saturday in aid of Mental Health Aberdeen.
As part of the event, the team banned gadgets and communication with the outside world.
Organisers are hoping to raise £7,500 eventually, which would be enough money to fund memberships for people using the charity’s services.
As of yesterday, staff managed to raise nearly £4,000 and health club director Kerry Smith thanked everyone involved.
In a statement online she said: “Thank you from the bottom of my heart to every single person who took part, who baked, gave raffle prizes, donated on the Gofundme page, pledged donations on the day and gave messages of support. I cannot express my gratitude.”
Management at the gym are hoping to offer as many as 50 people a month the chance to use their facility.
Their staff would aid to provide a personalised programme for anyone wishing to take up the opportunity as well as confidential support where needed.
The ban on electronics came about after Ms Smith heard how those living with mental health issue can “shut the world out”.
She extended her thanks to her staff members, family, friends and Mental Health Aberdeen.