A host of local organisations are coming together to host a special Celebrating the Difference event in Fraserburgh next week.
The free event will include fun entertainment for all the family and will be held at North East Scotland College in Fraserburgh on September 27 from 12noon to 5pm.
The aim of the fun day is to provide an opportunity for people from many different countries who live in Fraserburgh to get together with people with disabilities to display the variety and diversity of their cultures.
Dancers, singers, pipers will all be there to entertain those taking part.
Visitors will be able to eat their way around the world at the wide variety of stalls displaying food from countries including China, Poland, Thailand, Brazil and, of course, Scotland!
Learn more about what is available to people in Fraserburgh from the information stalls provided by many organisations and associations working in the town.
The day has been planned and organised by: FIFFA (Fraserburgh International Families Association), GREC (Grampian Regional Equality Council), Aberdeenshire Council, People First Fraserburgh and Fraserburgh National Development Trust, with support from local people of various nationalities.
The day has been funded by the Robertson Trust and PF Charitable Trust administered by T Foundation Scotland.