For the last six decades a dedicated group of North-east volunteers has been fighting the spread of nuclear weapons.
Now, as the Aberdeen and District branch of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) approaches its milestone birthday, it is screening a short film that was made by members.
The film, entitled Aberdeen to Aldermaston, will look back on a 2010 march on the Atomic Weapons Establishment at Aldermaston, near London.
The film was created by CND member Gary Dawson and his daughter Mhairi with the help of Aberdeen charity Shmu Community Media Unit.
"I was always passionate about CND and wanted to show my daughter what a CND protest was like. At the time, the government was looking at making any form of demonstration illegal so I thought it was important to document the event."
It's not the first time a march at Aldermaston has been documented by Aberdeen and District CND.
Back in 1959 the group held a screening of a film about their 1958 march at the nuclear base.