Glasgow schoolchildren have created stunning artwork to help transform Maryhill's Wyndford.

Youngsters from Cleveden Secondary and Notre Dame High School, as well as North Kelvinside, St Mary’s and Parkview primary schools, worked with art organisation WAVEparticle on the colourful creations.

The art created by the kids will be called ‘World of Wyndford’.

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It is part of the £73million regeneration project by Wheatley Homes Glasgow to transform the neighbourhood.

Youngsters were asked to choose an object that was special to them – something from their home, for example, or a gift from a family member, or an object that reminded them of relatives – and talk about it with their families.

The objects were then transformed into vivid works of art which are on display on hoardings across Wyndford.

Glasgow Times: Joanne Oliveira and sister Jed, with Madalena Ca and Esra Manna at the artwork in WyndfordJoanne Oliveira and sister Jed, with Madalena Ca and Esra Manna at the artwork in Wyndford (Image: Supplied)

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Sharon Duffy, a teacher at North Kelvinside Primary, said: “We had 24 kids involved in the project and they really enjoyed it.

“The objects reflect what is important to the young people. One youngster chose prayer beads because they reminded him of his mum. They also reflect the diversity of the school.

“The love the young people feel for the objects really shone through. Wyndford is also their home, and now everyone in Wyndford can see what’s important to them.

“They are all so proud seeing their art on display.”

Joanne Oliveira, 11, a student from Wyndford said: “I chose a bracelet I got in Portugal. It’s the most special thing I have. It reminds me of all the great times I had there.

“Seeing the work outside in Wyndford makes me feel so happy. It’s amazing!”

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Frank McCafferty, Wheatley Group director of assets and repairs, said: “It’s really important to us that the community are closely involved in the regeneration of Wyndford.

“We want people of all ages to play their part – and this fantastic artwork will be part of the story of the transformation of the community.”