A folk band will stage a special event in Moray to raise funds towards £1.5 million restoration works at the 17th century Braemar Castle.
The event will take place at Inchberry Hall near Fochabers on Saturday, February 22, as the team behind the revamp hope to spread word of their plans to upgrade the Aberdeenshire landmark further north.
Spindrift Ceilidh Band was formed in 2012 after a chance meeting between members at an am-dram group and they have since played all over Scotland.
Braemar Community Ltd chairman, Simon Blackett, said: “The love of Scottish dancing is ingrained in so many people and we are no exception, so we decided to continue our ambitious £1.5 million fundraising project to restore Braemar Castle and bring our favourite music to Inchberry Hall.
“We have hosted successful events in Aberdeenshire and now would like to bring a flavour of Braemar to the wider communities nearby.”