The Circle social enterprise centre in Dundee hosted a tasty Burns lunch.
The open-to-all community feast was organised by local organisation Uppertunity, with traditional Scottish fare such as haggis and stovies on offer.
Stalls were set up promoting the work of community groups and creative locals, and the haggis was piped in by Jimmy Black of the Dundee City Pipe Band.
Darryl Gaffney du Plooy, of Uppertunity, said the event had proved popular. “We’d more than 60 people attend and had to put out some more tables,” he said.
“We had a great mix there too, with people saying they really liked having events like this in the community.”
Picture shows manager Daniélle Gaffney du Plooy with twins Abigail, five, and Caitlin Young with their stovies.