A large number of Scottish independence supporters are expected to march through Glasgow following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.
Organised by the Scottish Independence Movement group, the march will take place on Saturday at noon.
The event is the first Scottish Independence march to take place since Covid-19 restrictions were lifted on Monday.
Supporters are expected to gather at Kelvingrove Park before marching through the city, ending at Glasgow Green.
However organisers said it would be “too soon” to hold a rally following the march due to coronavirus, and that supporters would be expected to disperse after reaching the park.
Police Scotland have confirmed they are aware of the event, which will be “policed appropriately”.