Celebration of community
King’s Park Church recently welcomed locals to their fourth community festival.
The festival is a legacy event of the Queen’s baton relay celebration held at the church as part of the Commonwealth Games celebrations.
And the day was blessed with some gorgeous weather that helped ensure it went without a hitch.
Rev Sandra Boyd of King’s Park Church, said: “It was another fantastic day to remember.
“The bunting was up, the coconut shy was out, the face painters from Glasgow Life were geared up, the jelly and ice-cream set, the hot dogs and hamburgers were cooked, the owls behaved themselves and the bouncy castle was blown up, flashing its lights and playing music.
“The stocks especially helped the children and a few adults to keep cool!
“We enjoyed a fantastic show from Gary Dunn the Magician and Owl Magic constantly had children and adults stopping to admire and hold the wonderful birds.
“A huge thank-you to all the local individuals and businesses who supported our event, namely; Glasgow Life, Costcutters, Baba G, Day-Today, King’s Park Dairy, Abdul at King’s, Adams the Butcher, King’s Park Community Council and King’s Park Church.
“Hundreds of local people and some from further afield came out to enjoy the festivities and share together as a community.
“We’ve Special thanks to all the volunteers from King’s Park Church who made the day one to remember.
“We’re looking forward to next year already! “
Spring in their Step Youngsters playing on the bouncy castle
Sophie Mawer, Sam Morton, and Cameron Dickson tried the coconut shy
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Soaked! Pastoral assistant Raymond Jenkins got the cold sponge treatment
Owl Be Seeing You Ava Young met Cuddles the barn owl