The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is appealing for volunteers to take part in its latest charity event.
Mayday will take place over the four-day bank holiday weekend in May and will have a “welly” theme as a nod to the kit worn by the lifeboat crew.
Welly walks and welly-style cakes will be a key part of the occasion, which the organisation thinks will need more than 1,000 helpers to be successful.
Anne Scott, RNLI community fundraising manager in Scotland, said she hoped people would get behind the activities and show their support to the crews.
She added: “RNLI lifeboat crews are volunteers, who are willing to give up their time and put their own lives at risk to rescue those in danger around our coastline.
“We have some fun events planned, so hopefully people will enjoy themselves while also doing their bit to support this lifesaving charity.”
Last year, RNLI lifeboat crews launched more than 8,000 times, rescued more than 8,000 people and saved nearly 400 lives.
Anyone who wants to get involved can visit www.rnli.org/Mayday for more information.