In pictures: Celebrating the legacy from Glasgow's Games

Mini Commonwealth Games participants
From 24 February, Commonwealth Games mascot Clyde led celebrations during "Legacy Week" to highlight the economic, cultural, educational and sporting legacy from Glasgow 2014
Mini Commonwealth Games participants
Clyde's Legacy Week tour saw him meet Scotland hockey player Holly Cram outside Stornoway Airport
Clyde meets children during a visit to some of Scotland’s islands during legacy week
He also dropped in on schoolchildren across some of Scotland's island communities
Kids meet Clyde
Clyde was on hand as pupils from across Scotland took part in local coaching and sports days
Children meet Games mascot Clyde at the poolside
He saw others take to the water during swimming events
Primary school children
One of the largest Legacy Week celebrations saw primary school children in Glasgow's east end take part in a Mini Commonwealth Games
Mini Commonwealth Games participants
The event was organised by the charity, Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse (Fare)
Mini Commonwealth Games participants
More than 920 pupils from 26 primary schools filled the Emirates Arena - a key games venue - for a day of sporting competition
Mini Commonwealth Games participants
Youngsters got the chance to try their hand at events including the 60m sprint, long jump, javelin and shot putt
Mini Commonwealth Games participants
The overall prize at the Mini Commonwealth Games was won by Avenue End Primary School, while Garrowhill Primary won the Bob Holman Award for sportsmanship