An event looking at the history of the Second World War in Aberdeen is to take place later this month.
Entitled Siren City: Remembering Aberdeen’s Big Blitz, it will share images and memories from Aberdeen’s worst air raid from the Second World War on April 21 1943.
The event will take place at Airyhall Community Centre and will be led by Dr Fiona-Jane Brown, founder of Hidden Aberdeen tours and author of Hidden Aberdeenshire: The Coast.
It will include images of the air raid and its aftermath taken from the former Grampian Police Force Museum, which formed part of an exhibition held in 2010 in Torry.
There will also be displays of new images which are not normally seen in the tour as well as a number of artefacts from the Urban Studies Trust – a support service teaching history and environmental studies to children from Aberdeen city schools.
Refreshments will also be provided by members of Airyhall Community Centre.
The showcase will take place on Monday May 21 with doors opening at 7pm. It will last for approximately two hours, including an interval.
Tickets can be bought at bit.ly/2KktBzK