The final public session of a community project to build Brechin Cathedral in Lego will take place on Sunday.
The Duchess of Fife laid the first brick in November 2018 as part of a scheme to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Brechin Cathedral in 2020.
Sunday is the final public session but further events are being planned to allow schools to be involved with the final roof sections.
Steve Dempsey, Brechin 2020 chairman, said: “The local community have shown great enthusiasm for the project and many families have enjoyed building sections of the cathedral and seeing the model develop.”
The 12th Century landmark, founded by King David I in 1150, is one of the most recognisable in the area.
Preliminary discussions have taken place to seek a union with Gardner Memorial Church in Brechin.
When the model is completed, it is planned to have it on display in Brechin Cathedral, with miniature LED lighting strips to illuminate the coloured bricks which depict the famous stained glass panels.
The public can still support the project by becoming founder members for a donation of £50. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Sunday’s event at the Cathedral Hall starts at 2pm.