A FABLE table been created in a Glasgow park, bringing together communities and generations.
It was unveiled at a ceremony in Rosshall Park in the South Side and tells a pictorial story of wildlife and of people's memories of the site.
The project was organised by Glasgow Regeneration Agency after an approach from Friends Of Rosshall Park and local councillor Alistair Watson.
Schools were brought in to help, as well as local people.
Project leader Katie Kelly secured £17,000 from the Community Planning Partnership and Glasgow Housing Association to start the idea through the agency's groundforce scheme.
It brought youngsters together from Rosshall Academy, Linthaugh Nursery and Howford Primary, who put their artistic skills to good use.
The pupils' pictures of kingfishers and herons – birds that can be found in the park – have made it on to the table.
The 12ft structure has been erected on a fence where the River Leven and River Cart meet.
Ms Kelly said: "This was a fantastic project to work on and the table is the result of 18 months' work bringing people together.
"We held workshops with the three schools involved. It brought the youngsters into the park to see the wildlife and what it had to offer.
"The Friends Of Rosshall were great to work with and we have some of their stories and memories of the park when they were growing up."
School children were there to see the table unveiled.
Margaret Macdonald, secretary of Friends Of Rosshall, said: "We are delighted with the Fable Table. It is a great asset for the park. It is a great way to have a permanent record of Rosshall Park.
"We hope people will sit there and take in the knowledge of everything on the table. It is something that has brought the community together."
Councillor Alistair Watson, who attended the launch, said: "This is another great project that will help raise awareness of Glasgow's hidden gem."
Hazel Young, Glasgow Housing association's South Area director, said the table looked fantastic and added: "The young people from Linthaugh Nursery, Howford School and Rosshall Academy worked very hard on the project and came up with some great ideas.
"We are delighted to play our part in bringing Rosshall Park back to its former glory."