A North-east event postponed in the wake of a terror attack last month is set to take place this weekend.
The Blue Light Fun Day event in Ellon was cancelled at the end of May due to the terror threat level being raised to critical.
Councillors from the area at the time said the decision was expected given the terrorist attack in Manchester.
A spokeswoman from Police Scotland said: “We are pleased to advise that the Ellon police office open day, which had been due to be held last month, will be taking place tomorrow from 2pm until 4.30pm.
“Officers will look forward to welcoming the public into the station on Bridge Street where they will have the opportunity to meet with local officers and hear about the work of specialist departments as well as being able to tour the station, see the cells and have their fingerprints taken.
“The Ellon open day is held in conjunction with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service who will have the Ellon fire station open, and it is a great opportunity to engage with some of our local staff and see how varied the life of a police officer can be.”
Councillor Gillian Owen who represents Ellon said: “I’m really looking forward to this brilliant afternoon, it is a lovely family day well supported by the residents and I only hope it is dry and hopefully the sun will shine too.”
The event will take place from 2pm until 4.30pm tomorrow.