CLIMATE change was top of the agenda as young and old eco warriors united to explore ways to reduce their carbon footprints.

The environmentally-friendly community fun day at the Broomhill Gardens and Community Hub was a huge success.

Erin Moran, who is the climate fund project officer, said it was heartening to see hundreds of people take part in the free educational fun day.

She said: "It was fantastic.

"It was really inspiring to hear the kids make climate pledges, such as picking up litter and walking to school.

"The children were so intelligent and coming up with ideas that we haven't thought of.

"They were so passionate about it."

Throughout the day, there were activities for both adults and children.

Hands-on workshops saw people make environmentally-themed arts and crafts and play games and competitions.

There was also a chance to ask some experts questions about climate change and find out about practical steps we can all take to reduce our impact on the environment.

Erin added: "It's so important that we look at climate change.

"We should be reducing our carbon footprint and this was about looking at it in a fun way."