A clean-up of a North-east beach is set to take place this weekend.
Heather Lyons and Lonieke Horninge, who are ecology students at the University of Aberdeen, have organised the event at the city’s beach.
It will take place on Saturday from 10am and will aim to tidy up Aberdeen beach following the recent floods.
Waste including car parts, plastics and shopping trolleys were washed up on the shoreline.
The event is being supported by Aberdeen City Council and the charity Surfers Against Sewage.
Heather said: “Any volunteers who are interested in joining us should bring their own heavy duty gloves if possible and wear suitable footwear and clothing.
“We will be providing bags and some litter pickers and gloves.”
Members of Aberdeen Muslims decided to do their bit in the aftermath of recent devastation at the beach earlier this month and volunteers turned out in force, filling bags with the washed-up evidence of severe flooding inland.