CHILDREN at a nursery in Clydebank took to the stage recently to show off their very own upcycled outfits.

An eco-friendly fashion show was held in Whitecrook Early Learning and Childcare Centre, and the kids proudly gave a twirl to display their homemade costumes that were produced from items that normally get thrown away.

Alongside the fashion show, the youngsters enjoyed rock art, junk modelling, planting fruit, vegetables, and trees.

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Parents and carers came along to help plant the trees for the nursery kids who will be attending in future.

Samantha Sutherland, lead officer at Whitecrook ELCC, told the Post: “Children were joined by parents, carers, and the community to create the outfits for our Eco Day fashion show and used milk cartons, egg boxes, and even faulty bin bags for their designs.

“The day was a big success and helped the children learn about the importance of looking after our planet.”

And while the sun was out, staff served up ice cream for the children, before they wound down and recapped what they had learned during the exciting day.