A community trust has started the task of redeveloping a former Aberdeen primary school.
A community clean-up was held at the weekend to tidy up the playground area ahead of the restoration of the granite buildings on the site.
Under the plans, the school would be turned into affordable homes and community space.
David Fryer, lead trustee with the trust, said: “We had a good turnout and got quite a bit done.
“It showed what can be done when volunteers are involved.”
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Those behind the scheme hope the building can be formally handed over to them by the end of the month.
A presentation on the restoration plans is due to be given at the next meeting of Torry Community Council on Thursday.