Youngsters from Ardler and St Fergus Primary schools have been busy doing their bit for the environment.
The primary six and seven pupils took part in a litter pick in Ardler Woods.
Organised by Nicky MacCrimmon from the Strathmartine Regeneration team, the event was the second that the group has done.
The pick was arranged with the city council’s neighbourhood services team, which was also represented.
Nicky said: “We are trying to get the local community and local primary schools working together.”
The pupils carried out a previous litter pick in June just before the summer holidays when they collected 16 bags of rubbish.
The youngsters were treated to refreshments after their activities at the Ardler Complex.
Strathmartine Regeneration is one of the community-led organisations supported by the Community Regeneration Section. The aim is to put local communities at the heart of urban regeneration in Dundee by bringing together residents living in more deprived parts of the city.
It has been a significant success and has six forums, each having up to 15 elected members.