Smiles all round
There were plenty of smiles when a community gala day was held in Burnhill at the weekend.
It was held outside Rutherglen West and Wardlawhill Church on Western Avenue in Rutherglen, and run by three local community groups - the Burnhill Action Group, West End White Flats Residents Association and West and Wardlawhill Parish Church.
There was something for everyone, including a bungie assault course, a bouncy castle, Owl Magic, facepainting and even appearances by Disney Characters.
The church was also open and provided a tearoom, with rolls and sausage too.
There were community information stalls as well as a performance by Cambuslang and Rutherglen Rock ‘n’ Pop Chorus.
Eagle eyes Sam McGhee (10) got to handle a Pharoahs Eagle Owl courtesy of Owl Magic
On song Cambuslang Rock ‘n’ Pop Chorus perform
Get the message Carmel Murphy, Sam McGhee and Morag Campbell at the stall against anti-social behavour
Fun Alana Aikens (4) and Emma McGuinness (1) had fun in the ball pool
Bubble buddies Alana Aitkens (4) with Andrea Reaburn, who spent some time blowing bubbles
Face up to it Elizabeth McDonald paints four-year-old Courtney McLintock’s face