An Aberdeen firm is calling on north-east locals to give up some of their time to sew pouches to help injured animals affected by the Australian bushfires.
Second Home Studio + Cafe and local creative Kat Stoddart will talk guests through how to sew the pouches which will be sent off to help house the hurt animals.
The pouches will be used to keep young wombats, wallabies, kangaroos, bandicoots and other animals warm.
The event takes place on Wednesday January 22 from 7pm to 9pm at Parx Cafe on Rubislaw Terrace.
Tickets cost £5 and can be purchased here. All profits will be donated to Australian charities fighting the bushfires.
Fuelled by a lengthy and intensifying drought, the bushfires started in September 2019 and have taken the lives of almost half a billion animals since.