A north-east woman is showing her support for the NHS with her colourful floral displays.
Kathleen Gray from Turriff, along with the help of her husband Sandy, has been putting out fresh flowers every week in tribute to the efforts of the health service.
The couple started planting flowers like daffodils and tulips in her front garden on the second week of the clap for the NHS campaign.
Mrs Gray said: “It was my husband’s idea. He does the pots and I do the flowers.
“People stop to have a look when they walk past and my neighbour is absolutely tickled pink with it.
“We put out fresh ones if needed every Wednesday in time for the clap for the NHS on Thursday night and we’ll keep going with this until we run out of flowers.”