A North-east coffee shop raised over £150 for charity after holding a strawberry tea party last week.
The event at Beachside Coffee Shop, Balmedie, raised £168 for Breast Cancer Care.
Coffee shop manager, Tracy Wilson, organised the event.
She told the Times: “The event was a complete sell out! A big thank-you to everyone who came along and supported us.
“These type of events kept popping up on my Facebook page and it is something that is close to my heart - my close friend was diagnosed with breast cancer and she battled against it and won.
“Both my parents died within seven months of each other from cancer so I know the pain it can cause.
“The coffee shop is a charity so I thought it would be good to help another charity back as well.”
On arrival visitors enjoyed a selection of finger sandwiches, delicious mini homebakes as well as scones along with a fine cup of tea or coffee.
They could also try their hand at ‘guess how many sweets in the jar’ and ‘guess how many calories in a cake’.
Half of the proceeds from the ticket sales were donated to breast cancer care.
The coffee shop within Balmedie Leisure Centre has been open since May 15.
Tracy added: “We have been extremely successful and long may it last. We are doing really well despite not advertising - the village have been supporting us all the way.”