Three Helensburgh schools have walked, wheeled, and cycled their way to the top of the Beat the Street leaderboard.

The game which looked to get people across Argyll and Bute – and beyond – hitting the streets and exercising came to an end on Wednesday, March 27 with the winners being announced on Friday, March 29.

In the ‘Mainland Argyll and Bute schools’ category, Hermitage Primary School placed first while Rhu Primary School came second in terms of total points.

Within the same category, St Joseph’s Primary School was first for average points while Rhu Primary School once again placed second.

Beat the Street organiser, Craig Dalziel, said: “It has been an amazing Beat the Street for the community, and we’d like to thank everyone who took part.

“It’s been wonderful to see people of all ages using more active modes of transport.

“Not only have participants got more active, but the game has brought the communities together and helped people make a more positive and sustainable choices for their shorter journeys which has positive benefits for their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.”

Beat the Street was a month long game which challenged people to collect points at Beat Boxes placed around towns and villages, with those gathering the highest number of points able to collect prizes.

Beat the Street Active Nation was delivered by Intelligent Health in partnership with North Ayrshire Council, and Argyll and Bute Council, and was funded by Paths for All's Active Nation Fund.