A West End community has celebrated a new beginning for its local play park.
Hayburn Park in Partickhill has been transformed over the last four years thanks to the efforts of local people.
At the weekend, the community hosted The Big Lunch supported by the Eden Project to bring everyone together - and to say thank you.
Emma Halliday and Shireen Taylor are active members of the Hayburn Play Park Association.
Emma said: "Sadly, our park although much-loved was becoming really run down.
"The swings were wrecked, the goals were broken - the equipment wasn't working.
"But also we wanted to transform the park to make it better for all users, rather than just children."
The association appointed a small team of play specialists and a designer to help them with the changes.
Ideas were developed and local people consulted.
The result: a once tired and unwelcoming space has become a place for people of all ages and interests to enjoy.
Features include a children's orchard, a performing amphitheatre, a boules area, willow tunnels, picnic benches, and new play equipment.
Money was fundraised by local people through events, crowdfunding and grant requests.
Emma said: "We developed lots of different areas for the park.
"We put in a mini-orchard that we crowdfunded for, and we've put in more natural play features.
"We've also done just simple things like changing the benches to picnic benches and made it a much more sociable place to be."
Shireen said: "One of the big things about the redevelopment is the amphitheatre that we've had built in the centre of the park.
"And today is actually the first time that we have used it properly for performances.
Watch: A community enjoys its new-look Hayburn Park.
"We've had music from some of the local children, as well as local musicians.
"And we are looking forward to holding future events there too."
The work of Hayburn Play Park Association was recently recognised in the city.
The group were the winners of the Best Clean Up Campaign award in an event organised by the Evening Times newspaper.