Stephen Glass and Jacob Shambach age four help Natalie Jones of CGI Glasgow and Erin Moran, Climate Challenge Fund Project Officer at In-Work Enterprises Ltd, plant saplings at the Greenock social enterprise’s latest environmentally-focused community project.

The global IT and business consulting services company is donating 120 trees as part of its No Planet B Initiative to In-Work Enterprises Ltd, which are planting them as part of work to transform an old football pitch at Broomhill Community Gardens into a pristine, biodiverse landscape.

Tyler and Ella attend Wellpark Children’s Centre, across the road from In-Work Enterprises Ltd.

Lindsay McGranaghan, CGI’s Business Unit Leader in Scotland, said: “CGI is excited to be taking part in local tree planting initiatives in Scotland’s local communities and is proud to offer its support to In-Work Enterprises so it can carry on its invaluable work.”

Diana McGranaghan said: “We are very grateful to CGI for donating these saplings and supporting the extensive work of our project in Broomhill.”