Campaigners battling to keep North Kelvin Meadow in the hands of the community donned their spookiest Hallowe'en outfits
The group - including Game of Thrones actress Kate Dickie and River City star Tam Dean Burn - gathered in the meadow to hold a lantern parade and enjoy pumpkin soup and Hallowe'en-themed food.
They are fighting to save the former playing fields between Clouston Street, Sanda Street and Kelbourne Street from a developer's plan to build 90 homes.
As previously reported in the Evening Times, the land was designated by the council for construction in 2008.
But there is still no sign of when the latest application by New City Vision will go to Glasgow City Council's Planning Committee.
Hundreds of letters of objection were lodged with the council opposing the plans.
The meadow is now used by local schools as well as residents and families.
Stars such as comedian Frankie Boyle and Taggart actor Colin McCredie have backed the campaign to save North Kelvin Meadow.
The Hallowe'en event was organised with the Children's Wood, which was set up to get youngsters to use the fields.
Tam Dean Burn read Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson to the crowd and there was also storytelling from Allison Galbraith.