Iconic buildings and landmarks in Aberdeen were glowing gold last night to raise awareness of childhood cancer.
Marischal College, His Majesty’s Theatre, King’s College Chapel crown tower, Sir Duncan Rice Library, The Albyn and No 10 Bar, were all lit up to mark the start of the Glow Gold September campaign.
It is hoped the event will increase awareness of childhood cancer leading to a greater increase of the early signs and symptoms, earlier diagnosis, increased funding and increased research.
The campaign has seen buildings and landmarks around the globe lighting up, including Edinburgh Castle, Nigara Falls and the Olympic Cauldron, Vancouver.
People are being encouraged to share snaps of the buildings via social media using Twitter or Facebook.
To get involved using Twitter visit @glowkids and share photos using #glowgold #CCAM #childhoodcancerawarenessmonth
Or visit the Facebook page GlowGoldSeptember
The campaign has been organised by a group of parents from across the UK, including Aberdeen mum Milene Munro.
She lost her son, Braeden Williams, after he was diagnosed with a brain tumour aged seven.