Wood you believe it...
Face-painting, toasting marshmallows, owls and chainsaw carving were just some of the activities at Castlemilk Park’s Family Funday.
The event withstood some bad weather, with around 400 people stopping by. Claire Malpas, regeneration manager at Cassiltoun Housing Association, was delighted by the day.
She said:“We were a bit worried when we saw the weather, but everyone braved it out - I was down by where we were toasting marshmallows, and there was a lot of people who took part in it.
“I think some of the parents were enjoying the marshmallows more than the kids!
“We had a chainsaw carver as well, who proved popular, and there was a chance to see the owls, who are always a hit.
“There was arts and crafts, puppet shows by Forest Creatures, storytelling by the Village Storytelling Centre and some face-painting - one of our staff got his like the Hulk, and had to drive home like that!
“These events are important because they show what Castlemilk is really like. We had some familiar faces there but also plenty of new people too.”
These events show what Castlemilk is really like
Giving A Hoot day.
Denise Doherty got to meet Turkmenian Eagle Owl Bailey on the
Art Attack One of the arts and crafts classes is enjoyed at the Family Funday at Castlemilk Park
Owl Be Seeing You Lukas McLetchie (8) got to meet an owl on the day
Puppet Masters too
There was story telling on the day
Good Time These youngsters were taken with the story being told