A road closure will be put in place as preparations kick off for an annual gala event in a north-east town.
Peterhead will play host to the 57th gala festival – known as Peterhead Scottish Week – next Sunday.
The town’s King Street will be closed to vehicles on Saturday from 12:30pm to 3pm to allow the setting up and dismantling of the annual float parade.
Commuters will be redirected to Queen Street, Victoria Road and Ugie Street.
Aiming to keep the traditional aspects of Scotland alive, events will be held through the town to promote tourism, culture, produce and entertainment.
These include the well-known beauty gala that results in the crowning of the Buchan Queen and the float-filled parade through the town, as well as a number of food and craft stalls for the whole family to enjoy.
The highlight of the weekend is expected to be a performance by the world-famous Red Arrows who will perform on the day.
Organisers have tried to secure the team for several years, after they last appeared in 2011.
The Lido will also hold several of the proceedings, such as the 3k fun run and a fireworks display.