HAPPY campers at Rainbow Family Centre in Port Glasgow enjoyed the great outdoors to raise funds for their nursery.

Tots took part in a 'campathon' and even the showery weather didn't dampen their spirits.

They donned their waterproofs, wellies and sat round the 'old campfire' to sing songs.

Staff also got into the spirit of things, with early years education and child care officer Anne McAlinden dressing up as Crocodile Dundee.

Her colleague Stacey Barbour was also on hand to light the barbecue and even popped some popcorn.

The youngsters then tucked into hamburgers, hotdogs and marshmallows.

Kieran O'Hagan, the nursery's modern apprentice and his dad Liam provided help to put up the tents and there was even a 'Gruffalo' cave.

Sonia McKay, depute head, said: "It's a bit of fun and it's getting the children out in the fresh air and at the same time raising some money for our summer activities.

"A wee bit of rain doesn't affect them at all.

"The kids are learning while they having fun.

"It's about creating happy childhood memories."