Three Clydebank community groups set up to help people in need have shared £100,000 in National Lottery funding.

Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels (OKFP), Bags Full of Love and Mini Messy Monsters all received grants from the lottery's Community Fund to help them continue to serve their respective communities.

OKFP has been given a whopping £90,000 to help them continue developing their range of community-led activities at their Old Kilpatrick Hub and Community Pantry.

Bags Full of Love, a charity supporting children going into foster care by giving them a bag of home comforts, secured £8,130 to make up backpacks with new essential items and clothing for children and young people entering fostering and kinship care.

The charity won West Dunbartonshire’s Citizen of the Year award last year, and founders Fiona and Leighann Hennebry also assist in running the Dalmuir Barclay Church's food and warm spaces.

Mini Messy Monsters - also based in Old Kilpatrick - received a £6,500 grant to deliver messy sensory play sessions aimed at pre-school age children in the village.

The sessions will provide an opportunity for young children, including those with additional support needs, to play creatively together.

A fourth good cause in West Dunbartonshire was also recognised, with the Renton Community Development Trust receiving £3,500 to continue and expand a heat hub.

Local MP Martin-Docherty-Hughes Tweeted: "Congratulations to the 4 groups in #WestDunbartonshire sharing over £100,000 of funding from the National Lottery Community Fund!"