Santa Claus has delivered a late Christmas gift to a cancer charity after shopping centre visitors helped raise £26,000 for the group.
During the festive period, more than 2,000 youngsters met Father Christmas at his Winter Wonderland in the Bon Accord Centre and helped raise the money for CLAN.
Craig Stevenson, Bon Accord and St Nicholas Centre manager, said: “We would like to say a big thank you to our shoppers for their generosity over the festive period.
“We hope all the boys and girls and their families and friends enjoyed visiting Father Christmas and well done to all for raising a fantastic amount for CLAN.”
The charity offers a range of services for anyone affected by cancer.
Its chief executive Dr Colette Backwell, said: “CLAN has a strong relationship with Bon Accord and St Nicholas.
“We would like to thank everyone involved for their continued support.
“Support, such as this from the Bon Accord team and customers, is essential to CLAN.”