Dozens of volunteers have joined with staff and students from the University of Dundee for the city's largest ever litter pick up.
The Bonnie Dundee group was taking part in Keep Scotland Beautiful's National Spring Clean helping to clear litter from the City Centre and West End of Dundee.
Event organiser Trudy Cunningham, environment and sustainability officer at the university, said: "As well as removing litter from our streets and other public places we hope the event will encourage more people to show consideration when disposing of litter."
She added that nearly 100 people had come forward to volunteer in the event making it the largest ever.
The volunteers met in the car park beside Dundee Science Centre, Greenmarket, before heading off in teams to clean up the Perth Road, university campus, Hawkhill and Riverside areas.
Dundee City Council's environment department were also supporting the event by assisting with graffiti removal and providing litter-picking poles and gloves.
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