DONALD Trump is expected to arrive in Scotland in just a few short days, and groups across the country are mobilising to give him a proper welcome.

Tens of thousands of people are being called on to attend the several protests taking place across the weekend, when Trump will likely be hiding away at one of his golf courses.

So where will the protests be taking place?

In Glasgow, there will be a major demonstration organised by Scotland Against Trump on Friday evening. The protest is scheduled to run from 5PM - 8PM in George Square.

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Meanwhile, in Edinburgh, there will be a national demonstration at 12PM outside the Scottish Parliament on Saturday.

There will be speeches as well as music and games including mini golf.

The demo will continue at 2:30PM in The Meadows.

In Dundee, between 5PM and 6:30PM, a protest will be taking place in the City Square on Friday.

Protests are also expected to be taking place at both of Trump's golf courses.

In Dumfries, a branch of the Scottish Green Party have also organised a demo on Friday between 5.30-6.30pm in the town centre at the Robert Burns statue.

If you're looking for a chance to make a banner, Scotland Against Trump will also be running a craft night on Wednesday between 6PM and 9:30PM at Edinburgh's Augustine United Church at George IV Bridge.

Scotland United Against Trump’s Kirsty Haigh said: “Trump likes to talk up his Scottish connections but we are going to show that his politics are not welcome here.

“A growing coalition of organisations and campaigns are coming together to say that Scotland will stand united against Trump. We are going to build support for two massive days of action with a rally in Glasgow and national demonstration and festival in Edinburgh."

The demonstrations are also backed by the SNP, the Scottish Greens, Labour, Liberal Democrats, the Scottish Trades Union Congress, Unison and groups such as Friends of the Earth and Amnesty International.