A social care charity has thanked north-east residents for helping disadvantaged children.
Quarriers asked people to donate £15 a day to give a child a day to remember over the summer months.
Those who use the service in Aberdeen spent time camping and enjoying three days of activities at the Scottish Young Carers Festival.
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The annual summer appeal is designed to give children facing difficult circumstances a welcome break from the challenges of their everyday lives.
Children in care, teenage parents and other vulnerable youngsters were among those who benefited.
Alice Harper, chief executive of Quarriers, said: “For some of the children who benefited from this year’s appeal, it was the first time they’d had a proper day out and it was a chance for them to forget the pressures and to make some lasting memories.”