Politicians came together for a fundraising coffee morning in support of a disability group.
Dundee East MSP Shona Robison, council leader John Alexander and Lord Provost Ian Borthwick were among the guests enjoying tea, cakes and bacon rolls at Brooksbank Centre.
The event was raising money for Glenlaw House Parents’ and Carers’ Group, which offers support for children with complex disabilities.
MPs Chris Law and Stewart Hosie, MSP Joe FitzPatrick and city councillors Christina Roberts and Anne Rendall also attended.
Allan Petrie, chairman for the group, said: “The parents and carers of Glenlaw House would like to thank Shona Robison MSP, her staff, the Brooksbank Centre and everyone who came and supported us.
“The money raised will be put to good use to ensure our children can enjoy their time at Glenlaw House even more.
“It was great to see so many people in attendance helping to promote the great work the staff at Glenlaw do for our children and us as carers.
“It is important that Glenlaw is given the prominence within our community it deserves.”