A WEE COUNTY garden is welcoming people to take part in a new seed swap project.

The Butterfly Garden, located in Clackmannan, has opened a garden supply cupboard located in the garden, made from a repurposed kitchen cabinet donated by one of the garden volunteers.

It has already been filled with a variety of different vegetable and flower seeds to start off the swap and people are welcome to come and leave any seeds they are not needing and exchange them for ones left by others.

Margaret Schofield, chair of the Butterfly Garden Group, said: "The seed swap is a great idea. There are often more seeds than you could possibly need in a packet, so why not swap them for something different?

"If you are unsure about growing flowers, veg or salads you can try before you buy."

The Butterfly Garden, located in a secluded spot behind the Clackmannan Town Hall, was first created in 2017 by Clackmannan Development Trust (CDT) and Clackmannan Town Hall Trust, with the help of several volunteers and various grants.

The derelict land was transformed into a community garden for all to enjoy.

Volunteers meet regularly and if anyone would like to be involved they are encouraged to contact lhadden_cdt@outlook.com for more information.

Visit the Clackmannan Community website or the Clackmannan Development Trust Facebook page to keep up to date with the group's activities.