Brodie Castle has unveiled its line-up of events for its annual winter programme.
Kicking off with a traditional Scottish event to honour St Andrew’s Day, Brodie Castle is hosting a charity drive event on Saturday November 30.
The event takes place from 11am until 3pm.
In the afternoon, visitors of the National Trust for Scotland’s scenic castle are invited to take a tour of the grounds by leaving a donation to the Trust.
The castle has also opened its doors to a number of local charities, and welcomes them to raise awareness of their causes in the run-up to Christmas.
Some of the charities attending are Moray Food Plus, mental health hotline mikeysline, Highland-based bullying charity safe strong & free, and physical health organisation Clarity Walks.
Gillian Pirie, volunteer development manager for Moray Food Plus, said:
“We are delighted to be invited along to the Brodie Castle St. Andrews Day appeal.”
“Moray Food Plus hope to share information at the event of what we are doing within the local communities of Moray.”
Also featuring in the St Andrew’s Day afternoon are short plays performed by Inverness College and Moray UHI drama students as well as a craft stall and book readings for children.