Residents of an Aberdeen sheltered housing complex were treated to a festive dinner.
Elderly and socially-isolated people living at Regensburg Court were brought together on Christmas Day for a traditional dinner so they weren’t spending the day alone.
Butcher Dennis Paterson Butcher donated a turkey crown, sausages in bacon and stuffing.
Dorothy Bright, chairwoman of the Regensburg Court tenants’ association, said: “It is the first time we’ve done it.
“In our building we have got a lot of people who are on their own.
“We put up a notice to see who would want to come for a traditional Christmas lunch.”
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Dennis Paterson Butcher was approached for prices for the meal, however, came forward and provided the food free of charge.
Carers also helped out with the event.
A total of 15 people went to the Christmas lunch.