A bus operator will put on more services for a beer festival next weekend.
Stagecoach has teamed up with Banchory Beer Festival to add additional services from the festival to Aberdeen, Aboyne and Ballater.
Now in its third year, the event is set to be the biggest yet and will take place at the Deeside Rugby Pitches from August 11 to 13.
An expected 5,000 visitors are set to enjoy the craft beers, street food and live entertainment over the weekend.
Buses between Aberdeen and Banchory Beer Festival will operate every 30 minutes during the day on Friday and Saturday.
Festival goers visiting on the family-friendly Sunday can use an hourly service to and from Aberdeen.
An additional late-night service on both Friday and Saturday will depart Banchory at 12.15am for Aberdeen.
Those visiting from Aboyne and Ballater can also travel to the festival by bus using the hourly service on Friday and Saturday or buses every two hours on Sunday.
An additional late-night service departing Banchory at 11.15pm has been added to the standard timetable to Aboyne and Ballater for those staying to enjoy the evening entertainment.
The last bus to Ballater will depart the Festival at 12.02am.
Mark Whitelocks managing director for Stagecoach North Scotland, said: “We are delighted to be able to continue to provide additional transport options.”
A festival of great beer, cider, gin, prosecco, Banchory’s local rum, unique street food and great live music. What more could you want? Get your tickets for this year's Banchory Beer Festival here – http://bit.ly/BanchoryTix
Posted by Evening Express on Friday, 28 July 2017