Princess Anne will this week open a new bunkhouse on a Hebridean island.
The official opening of the building on Coll will kick off four days of festivities on the island.
The Coll Bunkhouse will offer walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts budget accommodation on the tiny island, 40 miles west of Oban.
The bunkhouse in Arinagour has accommodation for up to 16 people and is managed by local charity Development Coll. Proceeds from bookings will help run the neighbouring community centre.
The Princess Royal will open both buildings on Wednesday.
A spokesperson for the group said: “Coll has long been a favourite of birdwatchers, attracted by the sheer diversity of birdlife and the RSPB reserve, established to help protect star species such as the elusive corncrake.
“More recently, the island has gained in popularity from kayakers who come to explore its many sheltered bays, or stargazers seeking out the star-filled skies over the autumn and winter months.
“The bunkhouse is well suited for a range of visitors, whether they be adventure-seeking, or simply enjoying the wildlife, beaches and stunning coastline that Coll is renowned for.”
The opening event is a four-day affair, headlined by Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham on Thursday evening supported by an array of local talent, culminating in a performance by Tiree-based ceilidh band, Trail West.
More details are on the Coll Bunkhouse website.