Members of the public are being asked to support a supermarket’s charity fundraising drive.
Staff from Asda Dyce are asking people to back their Tickled Pink campaign, which will raise funds for Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.
The store will also be hosting a range of activities, including a pink ribbon of remembrance and a chopstick challenge.
Fiona Cumming, Asda Dyce community champion, said:“As community champions for Asda, we are proud to be pink both instore and in the local community during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
“From a large pink ribbon of remembrance and parties instore to a tombola and host of games with giveaways, it’s going to be a busy period of fundraising.”
She added: “Knowing the money raised will help both charities to be there from day one for anyone facing a breast cancer diagnosis will inspire us to go the extra mile when it comes to fundraising activities across Scotland this year.”
Donations can be made in store or online for those wishing to support the campaign.