AN innovative group of teenagers have helped transform a city park thanks to a creative initiative.
The 14 youngsters took on a number of challenges to improve the environment at King George V Park in Gracemount.
Pictured are Gavin Cummin, Emma Murray and Karman Nouchi, who were heavily involved in the Inspiring Scotland challenge, run by the charity Action for Children.
Among other projects, railway sleepers were transformed to make a boundary to the park.
The aim of the event was to encourage young people to make a positive impact in their local community.
It is hoped the campaign will also help develop artistic skills.