An under-threat Aberdeen museum will host a series of fundraising events in a bid to secure its future.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum revealed earlier this year it would have to raise £300,000 over the next three years to stay open, following financial difficulty due to the downturn in the North-east oil and gas industry.
The campaign has raised more than £100,000 towards the target, and museum management have organised three events in September and November to help reach their goal.
On September 2, the Granite City Brass Band will put on a performance in the museum’s memorial gardens, and on September 22, the museum will host an evening of music and song in its Sir Jack Hayward Room.
On November 3, those wishing to support the attraction are invited to a grand ceilidh, auction and stovie supper at Meldrum House Hotel.
Bryan Snelling, the museum’s chief executive, said: “These events will be a massive boost to the campaign.”