Youngsters from the 6th Devizes Scout group have made the Devizes White Horse tidier.

Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, leaders and some parents gave the White Horse on Roundway Hill a clean-up as part of Scout Community Week.

The Beavers picked up any rubbish they could find, while the Cubs and Scouts used gardening tools to dig out as many of the weeds as possible and tidied up the edging.

Cub Scout leader Scott Coleman said: “Everyone who was up on the White Horse enjoyed the hard work they put into it.

“Tidying up the Devizes White Horse was our way of saying thank you to the community and giving them something back.

“Although we may not have picked up every single weed, we just hope that it’s made the Devizes White Horse shine that little bit brighter.”