Staff at an Aberdeen supermarket have kicked off a volunteering drive by hosting an Alice in Wonderland tea party event.
Staff at M&S Foodhall based in the city’s Stoneywood organised the event to help charity Archway.
After opening in 2016, M&S Stoneywood partnered with the Aberdeen-based charity, which supports children and adults with learning disabilities.
So far, the store has helped raise £3,000 to fund a specially adapted roundabout.
Leigh Brogan, store manager of M&S Aberdeen Stoneywood Foodhall, said: “We’re really excited to be coming together and lending a hand to Archway.
“We see how valuable the charity is to families in the local area and are thrilled to have been able to give back by raising funds and organising a fun day out to say thank you.”
Janine Davies, fundraising manager at Archway, added: “Archway is an important lifeline for local families and we can’t thank the M&S team enough for everything they have done to help over the last year and this weekend in particular.
“The money raised over the last year by kind M&S colleagues and customers has contributed to the installation of a wheelchair roundabout in the garden, which will be hugely enjoyed by all our service users and make respite breaks even more fun.”