A Drumchapel charity is hosting its annual spring sale this Saturday (May 18).

Enable Glasgow Fortune Works, a social enterprise supporting adults with learning disabilities, will have a wide variety of offerings at its garden centre open day.

These include a massive selection of plants, sustainable clothing, and handmade crafts.

The open day runs from 10am until 2pm at Fortune Works, 195a Drumry Road East, in Drumchapel.

Rachel Maitland, coordinator at Fortune Works Growing Together, said: "Our annual spring open day is always a great day and one people across the community look forward to.

Clydebank Post: The open day runs from 10 m until 2pm at Fortune Works, 195a Drumry Road East, in Drumchapel

"We have a great selection of raffle prizes, a DJ, and an amazing selection of plants and crafts for purchase.

"All the money made goes back into supporting the work we do here at Fortune Works.

"So please come on down and enjoy the day."

There will be stallholders from third-sector organisations who will provide information on their services, along with the charity's gardening team for expert advice.

David Campbell, operations manager at Fortune Works, said: "Being involved in the local community is a huge focus for us here at Fortune Works that’s why events like this are so important.

"We hope people from the community join us for what I know will be a great day."