TINY tots have been making the most of the remaining summer sunshine by chasing butterflies at a glorious Greenock garden.

Families have been enjoying the fresh air and the open space in Belville Community Gardens and getting in touch with nature.

The team at Belville have been running a 'Foragers Club' this summer - giving youngsters the chance to explore the gardens which have replaced the high rise flats.

Mum Stefanie Nugent, from Greenock, who brings with her three-year-old son Oscar and four month old daughter Marnie, said: "We absolutely love it.

"I had no idea this place existed before, but it is a great place to be.

"My son loves it here, we all do.

"I even brought my dad here.

"He grew up in the high rise flats and it brought back great memories for him."

Ashley Quinn and her two children have also been enjoying the fun at the Foragers.

Ashley, who brought her son David, three, and daughter Lucy, 11 months, said: "It is absolutely brilliant here, I can't praise it enough.

"It is so important for kids to be out in the fresh air and this is a great place."

Belville Community Gardens offers a range of workshops, classes and activities for all ages.

They team up with other organisations and also give people opportunities to volunteer.

Foragers' Club leader Sally Clough said: "It has been such a popular club and it's been great to see the kids all enjoying themselves.

"We have explored the gardens and the club is a great way for parents to get their kids off their phones and tablets."

To find out more about the Foragers Club call the community garden on 726034.