Glasgow was a sea of colour on Saturday as thousands marched in the city's Mardi Gla celebrations.
Jo Swinson MP led the Scottish Lib Dems at the head of the parade. Rainbow banners and huge floats made their way round the west end and city centre to mark the Pride Festival.
Education has remained a priority for the local Lib Dem team here in East Dunbartonshire.
Earlier this year the Council approved its Budget for East Dunbartonshire and with it a new and
ambitious 10 Year Capital Programme.
Merkland School and Campsie View School will merge to form a new Additional Support Needs (ASN) school.
The site identified is the area around Waterside football pitch. The Council will submit a planning application towards the end of the year which will show details of the proposed layout including the area outside the school which will have an adventure playground and a full-size grass football pitch.
Have your say on Town Centre Plans
Jo Swinson MP, Councillor Gary Pews and the local Lib Dem team have launched a survey to ensure local people’s voices are heard in plans to redevelop Bishopbriggs Town Centre.
A section of Kirkintilloch Road was closed to allow for the redevelopment of the forecourt at Lenzie station.
This has led to cars and buses being displaced and residents have raised concerns about being unable to park at their own houses.