The wet weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the visitors to the recent annual Woodhill Family Fun Day.
Dozens of people, young and old turned out to support the event.
Woodhill Residents Group Chair Donald Macdonald said: “Such is the popularity of the annual Woodhill Family Fun Day that despite the rain, local families stayed on until the end to support our event.
“We were also grateful for donations from Aldi, Morrisons, Gala Bingo and the Wheatsheaf Inn. “
As well as the bouncy castle and fun events, the Scottish Fire and Rescue came along with an important safety message.
Mr Macdonald said: “The spectacular chip pan fire safety demonstration was one of the highlights of the event.”
He added: “Support was appreciated from the S5 and S6 pupils from Bishopbriggs Academy. They manned the ticket sales, sold toys and inflated balloons.
“The support of this youthful group showed just what can be achieved when different generations work together to improve their local area.”
It is hoped the fun day will result in more new members joining the local residents group.
Mr Macdonald said: “ If anyone would like to help make Woodhill an even better place to live, please contact us and get involved.”
You can find out more about the group at www. woo dhillresidentsgroup.org.uk
Work has already started on the Fun Day for 2017,
Mr Macdonald said: “Without the commitment of group members, the event would not have become the huge event it is today.”