Around 750 people attended a celebration in Aberdeen to mark the Islamic festival Eid al-Adha.
Eid in the Garden 2016 took place in Rubislaw Terrace Gardens yesterday from noon until 5pm and was a big hit.
Maaruf Razzak, one of the event’s organisers, said: “The whole place was full – really busy. We had around 750 plus people.
“It was really good. The food stalls and the children’s area were well used. We had five mascots there.
“The bouncy castle was really popular. The kids had a great time.
“People from all different cultures were there. There were lots of local people and everybody else all mixed together having a good time.”
North-east politicians attended the event, including the city’s finance convener Willie Young, Councillor Tauqeer Malik, the Lord Provost George Adam and MSPs Kevin Stewart, Ross Thomson and Lewis Macdonald.
The headline act was Khalid Sadiq, a nasheed singer, who performs Islamic music with a contemporary twist.
The festival normally runs every year, but took a break last year.