KIDS said bonjour to a fun French day at Branchton Community Centre.

Families got crafty in the kitchen cooking up crepes and French toast, while tots learned to speak in French and enjoyed snail racing.

Other used their creative skills to draw famous Paris landmark the Eiffel Tower.

The drop-in family playscheme was run by the council’s community learning and development department based on a ‘countries of the world’ theme.

Senior CLD worker Graham McLellan said: “We wanted to offer affordable family learning activities that people could do at home.

“This French themed day was well received with music, arts and crafts, sports, cooking and IT workshops.

“We had a good response with 25 families registering and we had over 70 people along.”

The recent scheme ran from Monday to Thursday and also celebrated Scottish and American days.

Pictured are Aimee Ellis and Sharon Carruthers, senior youth workers, with some of the youngsters who attended the event.