Linnvale residents are calling time on litter bugs and turning their community into a haven for wildlife.
A spring litter pick as the country eased out of lockdown saw 30 residents collect waste along Strauss Avenue and beside the canal.
The group has since cleared the Linnvale roundabout and teamed up with Drumchapel and Clydebank Kayak Club who gathered litter in the canal.
West Dunbartonshire Greenspace, Scottish Canals and Sustrans have supplied PPE and litter-picking equipment, including long reach picks.
Stuart Gray, who helped set up Linnvale Community Greenspace group (LCG), said the waste collected includes plastic and glass bottles, aluminium cans, polystyrene food shells and plastic cutlery.
He added: “This is depressing because bio-degradable alternatives are available.
“The largest item recovered has been a complete trampoline pulled out of the canal.
“Chairs, microwave oven, tumble driers and a large garage hydraulic press, are some of the more unusual items recovered.”
And Elaine Molden, a member of the LCG, helped organise the roundabout clean-up. She said: “A small group got involved and together we cleared a good part of the roundabout.
“We want to create an attractive space for residents, visitors and wildlife to enjoy.”
To get involved with a group or start up your own litter pick group, contact WDC Greenspace or call 01389 608413.