HELENSBURGH’S community mental health hub will be looking back at six years of success at a special event next week.

Jean’s Bothy is holding an open day at its premises at 102 East King Street, at the junction with South King Street, on Friday, July 19.

The whole community is invited along to join in the fun, which runs from 11am until 3pm and will include the official opening of a new entrance gate, made by one of the service’s members, by Helensburgh’s MSP, Jackie Baillie, as well as tea and cake, a barbecue, face painting, a woodcraft demonstration, a craft stall, a raffle and a ‘Bothy Bargain Quest’ auction.

The hub, which was officially opened in October 2018, is a 'co-produced' model run by ENABLE Scotland and the Argyll and Bute health and social care partnership, with input from the Argyll and Bute Third Sector Interface, military welfare services and other voluntary sector groups.

A spokesperson said: “Jean’s Bothy first opened in 2018 and we’re using this open day as a chance to look back at all the memories our wee bothy holds.”

Find out more about Jean's Bothy and its work at facebook.com/jeansbothy.