An Aberdeen cafe is promising fun on and off the water to raise cash for a new playpark.
The Rohaan Cafe Bar, in Burnside Drive, Dyce, is hosting a day of activities, including a raft race, in May to fund a new adventure area.
Teams will be pitted against each other over a 1.5km stretch of the River Don, from the Cordyce area to just outside the cafe.
A viewing deck will give friends and families of the river-bound fundraisers the opportunity to cheer on their team and a barbecue will feed all the competitors, safety crew volunteers and spectators.
Members of the public who wish to take part are encouraged to enter a team and seek sponsorship in time for the event on Saturday May 4.
As well as the raft race, organisers are promising more fun for adults and children alike, including raffles, a bouncy castle and games.
An after-party, featuring raffle prizes and DJ Keith Radcliffe, will also take place from 8pm.
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All money raised from the amusements, sponsorship and raffle will go towards creating an adventure play area next to the river path.
Cafe co-owner Lauren McGregor said: “We’ve got a big decking area and we have a children’s play area there already.
“We’d like to put in an adventure area with lots of different equipment and play features for the kids in the community.
“We’re not sure how much it will cost yet but we’ll just keep fundraising until we get there.
“It’s our one-year anniversary so we wanted to do something a bit daft. We’ve spoken to Aberdeen City Council and to the police and they’ve given it the go ahead.”
There is already a children’s playpark at the site but the new additions would mean it was open to the whole community, not just the cafe’s paying guests.
Lauren added: “There’s a lot of people who go for walks with their children and dogs in the area.
“We just wanted to do something for the community.”
To enter a team for the raft race, email email@example.com