A group of daredevils has abseiled down one of the tallest buildings in Aberdeen to raise funds for charity.
More than 100 adventurers took on the challenge, which saw them descend 131 feet from the Northern Lights Tower at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre for Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland.
Their efforts raised more than £26,000 for the charity, which provides support to people who are affected by the lifelong conditions of spina bifida and hydrocephalus.
Deborah Roe, fundraising director, said: “We are so lucky to have such passionate and dedicated supporters who continue to amaze us with their fundraising efforts.”
In the region, more than 250 people rely on SBH Scotland’s services, which include weekly support groups, home visits by dedicated support workers, financial advice and a helpline.
For more information on SBH Scotland and to keep up to date on other fundraising opportunities taking place across Scotland, visit www.sbhscotland.org.uk