A NORTH Glasgow community came together to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Organised by the Maryhill Hub, the locals celebrated in the sunshine yesterday with food, drink, music, face painting and even by trying on police hats.

Children and adults alike sat around tables near a playground in the Wyndford Estate.

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Maryhill resident Nichola Reid, 41, said: "It's brilliant for the kids, they had an absolutely fantastic time.

"They've had their bouncy castle, face painting, glitter tattoos. It's just fantastic for the community.

"There is not much for the kids around here, so it's really good that the community came together again to just enjoy the day like a big family.

"It's been a fantastic day."

Thomas Bradley, 42, from Wyndford, said: "I am very impressed with the event Maryhill Hub put on for the Queen's Jubilee.

"They have done a fantastic job. It's great to see all the different communities coming out today. The weather has been great.

"I just think it's outstanding to see everybody enjoying themselves and getting along.

"Today has been really special."