THE local holiday hubs which ensured families did not have to break the bank to find fun during the summer have been declared a big success.

Blairmore Nursery was one of the venues for Inverclyde Council's hugely popular holiday hubs, with organisers delighted with the turnout across the area.

In a bid to help parents budget over the school break there was plenty on offer to keep kids entertained throughout the seven week long break.

At Blairmore youngsters had the chance to try out different sports, games, arts and crafts.

At the end of all the sessions there was a delicious lunch.

The local holiday hubs were funded through the Inverclyde Attainment Challenge fund.

Other centres taking part included the Beacon, Branchton Community Centre and Broomhill Hub also teamed up with the council to run hubs as well.

As well as holiday hubs in schools and community centres there were also free activities in all Inverclyde libraries.

Projects like Belville Community Gardens also offered free family workshops, clubs and lunchtime drop-ins.