People are being urged to sign up for a memory walk to raise money for charity.
Alzheimer Scotland is holding the Aberdeen Memory Walk in Hazlehead Park on Sunday, September 17, at noon.
More than 3,500 people live with dementia in the city.
Andrea Watt, community fundraiser and spokesperson for Alzheimer Scotland, said: “We are all very excited about our Aberdeen Memory Walk event this year and we need as many local people as possible to come along and challenge dementia, celebrate loved ones, and enjoy a fantastic day out in the beautiful Scottish outdoors.
“Together we can make a huge difference to the lives of people living with dementia and their families across the region.”
Memory Walks are open to walkers of all ages and abilities, as well as being wheelchair, buggy and also dog-friendly.
The Aberdeen Memory Walk will feature a warm-up from Warehouse Gym, disco music, Guarana Drummers and a piper who will entertain as everyone sets off.
Registration is £10 for adult walkers, £5 for 12-16-year-olds and children under 12 can walk for free.
Interested walkers are being asked to visit www.memorywalksscotland.org/our-walks/aberdeen-memory-walk to find out more.