Carers in the north-east are to be treated to a Halloween party as part of a charity partnership.
Mecca Bingo in Aberdeen formed a partnership with Carers Trust, which supports unpaid carers across the country.
An event will be held on October 27 to support the carers, to tie in with daylight savings time when clocks will go back one hour at 2am.
It is called Care o’Clock, and aims to highlight how little time unpaid carers have to themselves, with the idea behind the initiative to reward them with an extra hour of party time.
Part of a wider initiative, activities range from events such as Care o’Clock to sporting endeavours, and all support the charity.
Paul MacPhee, club manager at Mecca Aberdeen, said: “The team here works tirelessly to support carers and this is one of the many activities we take part in to offer them a big thank you for the fantastic work they do.
“Britain’s unpaid carers work incredibly long hours, usually to look after a loved one.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming local carers to the club and offering them a free evening of well-deserved fun.”
The event, which will take place at Mecca Bingo from 6.30pm, will include food, drink and bingo.