A COLLECTION of wooden creatures crafted by Inverclyde Shed are helping youngsters in an Easter adventure.

Don Thomas, lead pastor at Inverclyde Vineyard Church, organised an Easter trail in the bunny park at the walled gardens in Gourock Park.

Don approached Bruce Newlands at Inverclyde Shed about creating some animal figures to make the springtime activity more egg-citing for youngsters.

Shed member Laughlan Smith created a whole range of wooden animal cut-outs to be placed around the trail.

Don said: "I heard about all the great work the team at the Shed do and when I approached Bruce, he said they'd be delighted to help.

"Laughlan and the team did a brilliant job, the figures are stunning."

In the Easter trail at the park, people taking part are challenged to find 10 items on the map.

Prizes will be on offer for families who complete the task.

The Easter trail runs in the park from 9am until 3.15pm every day until April 9.

To find out more visit www.inverclydevineyard.org.uk