Members from a charity have worked hard to bring an Easter egg hunt back in Clydebank in time for the Easter weekend.

The Post reported yesterday how Y Sort It had to cancel one of their Easter egg hunts in Clydebank after their eggs had been vandalised.

The event was temporarily cancelled after members of the public told the organisation that the eggs had been smashed up and taken down in Whitecrook Park yesterday morning.

Clydebank Post: The eggs were found smashed upThe eggs were found smashed up

However, they have now confirmed that their Easter Hunt is back on after the tremendous help from volunteers to redecorate and hang up the eggs.

The organisation have Easter Hunts around six different parks in West Dunbartonshire from April 2 until Tuesday, April 6 including Levengrove Park, Christie Park and Goldenhill Park.

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Young people and parents should send on a picture of completed sheets to or take a picture of the eggs they find.