School pupils have created artwork for a piece of building equipment to raise awareness – and money – for a north-east cancer charity.
Four designs by the youngsters will adorne a new suction excavator for civil engineering firm Nicol of Skene, which has been dubbed the Anchorator.
Every time the Anchorator is hired, Nicol of Skene will make a donation to Friends of ANCHOR.
The winning submissions were made by Lexi Morrison, P5 at Crombie School, Beth Pirie, P4 at Skene School, Jesika Rupinska, P6 at Westhill School, and Niamh Kavanagh, P1 at Elrick School.
Sarah-Jane Hogg, fundraising and development director for Friends of ANCHOR, said: “We are delighted to have the support of NIcol of Skene through the Anchorator design campaign.
“Choosing the winners was not an easy task but it was wonderful to see the effort put into the designs by local schoolchildren.
“Every time the Anchorator is out and about it will be raising valued awareness of the charity and contributing to the cause.”