Around 60 people braved the north sea at Stonehaven Harbour to take part in the annual New Years Day, Dip with a Nip.
With the barriers removed and Fireballs collected from the night before the dippers had a clear run on a cold Stonehaven morning.
The harbour was packed with people along the wall as they witnessed the dippers led by Michael Hopkins for the seventh time in the eighth Dip with a Nip.
Like last year, there was an array of costumes on show on the day. Many that we spoke to on the day were doing the dip for the first time.
The Dunnottar Otters who we highlighted a couple of weeks ago held true to their promise of holding hands like sea otters in the harbour on the day.
Money raised will go to Clic Sargent, a children’s cancer charity.
Holly Taylor, Fundraising Manager for CLIC Sargent spoke to us this week about this years event.
She said: “There was 61 dippers this year and so far, have raised an incredible £9,836.82 with more coming in so I think they will make over the 10k mark which is fantastic.”