More than 30 volunteers turned up to help clean an Aberdeen beach.
Surfers Against Sewage held its autumn beach clean at the River Don end of Aberdeen Beach.
A total of 44 bags of rubbish were collected by dedicated volunteers, as well as tyres, plastic pipes, cans and plastic bottles to be recycled.
The clean was one of more than 315 events held across the UK last weekend organised by the charity Surfers Against Sewage as part of an Autumn Beach Clean series, which removes hundreds of kilos of rubbish from UK beaches, preventing it from harming the marine animals and environment.
Lauren Smith, Aberdeen regional representative for the group, said: “All of this year’s volunteers were fantastic.
“We were supported by a local yoga instructor who taught a free session to volunteers after the clean.
“Aberdeen Beach Leisure Centre provided a room for this free of charge and Aberdeen City Council kindly provided additional beach cleaning equipment in support of this event.”