Two communities in Dingle have been given a splash of colour thanks to Liverpool City Council and its partners.
Using money from the Mayor’s neighbourhood fund, over 100 hanging baskets in the areas known locally as the Holylands and Bread Streets have been refilled.
Recycle bins were also given out to residents to encourage them to recycle more and make their community a greener, cleaner place to live.
Making the most of one of the first days of sunshine residents gathered came out in force for a spring clean.
Deputy Mayor, Councillor Paul Brant, who took part in the event, said: “This was a great day and a fantastic way to bring the community together.
“There was a really positive atmosphere and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. The introduction of the recycling bins gives residents the means to keep their communities looking clean and tidy all year round.”