A community activity centre with a difference is holding a special event this weekend.
Movement Park in Whiteinch is inviting people to celebrate diversity and different cultures at an afternoon of food, music and play.
They have dubbed the gathering 'Sunday Cohesion'.
Anyone is invited to come along to enjoy the entertainment - you can even bring your own dishes along for others to savour.
Movement Park opened earlier this year in a less-advantaged part of the West End.
It is encouraging children who would not normally engage in physical activity to do so - through judo, parkour and non-formal activiies such as circus skills.
The idea was inspired by the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014.
One of the founders of the centre is professional judo coach Stephen Somerville.
He said: "One of our aims as a charity is to bring the entire community together as one to celebrate the unique diversity that makes us truly great.
"This will be our first Social Cohesion Event where people can share stories, experiences, hopes, laughs and food while listening to great international music and getting involved in fun activities.
"We all love food and we are keen for everyone to share and experience the varied cultural dishes within our local community.
"If you like to cook we are also asking people to bring along a sample of their favourite traditional food to share on the day."
The event is completely free of charge and is open to all.
Sunday Cohesion is on Sunday May 28 from 1pm until 5pm.