LAUGHTER and joy filled the air in Clydebank last weekend as a summer fayre took place at a local primary school.

The event was held at St Eunan's Primary, running from 11am to 1pm.

There were a number of activities people could take part in including a bouncy castle, looking at a police boat and fire engine, and tombola.

The day has been hailed as a "great success" and has so far raised £3,000 for the school.

A West Dunbartonshire Council spokesperson said: "St Eunan’s Primary School Summer Fayre had a raffle, tombola, home baking, hot dogs, bouncy castle, police boat, fire engine, ice cream van and beat the goalie.

"A fantastic community event which has raised over £3000 for the school. Thank you to everyone who came along and made the event a great success."