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A photography exhibition shows the impact of 15 Glasgow pupils' voluntary work in Ecuador.

The youngsters - along with teachers, parents and Cranhill Arts Project photographer Chris Nicoletti - were involved in repairing broken bamboo homes, laid foundations for a children's playground, and prepared hot meals for the sick and elderly of a shanty town every day. This is the second year of the initiative in Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city, which involved pupils from Abercorn School, Notre Dame High, St Aloysius' College, St Paul's High and St Margaret Mary's Secondary.

The exhibition is open to the public at St Peter's Hall, Chancellor Street, Partick, until the end of January.

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