FORT William Town Team volunteers have been tidying up the Parade.
The sundial garden has been re-landscaped with sturdy paving to allow wheelchair-friendly access.
Volunteers put the finishing touches to the garden by planting orange, yellow and white begonias.
The project was a huge success thanks to contractor Eck Bruin, Callum Boyd of Boyd Bros (who donated the topsoil), GardenStop (which arranged delivery of the plants), James Kennedy for sourcing and putting in the topsoil and Norrie McLean for overseeing the landscaping.
Volunteer James Kennedy has also been busy painting 10 benches and seven flower barrels around the town in the past couple of weeks.
Gearing up for summer, all the hanging baskets have been put up in the High Street and all the Adopt a Plots planted.
Lundavra Primary School pupils and their teacher braved the Fort William rain to plant up Madame Butterfly, their adopted plot, again this year.
As part of the Tesco’s Bags for Help donation, the team is buying new planters for the High Street and would like to plant these with different types of small trees.
The group is looking for suggestions from the community on what types of trees might be hardy enough to survive the Fort William weather.
If you have any ideas, post them on the group’s Facebook page.