Residents living near the Faslane nuclear submarine base have held a demonstration against the ongoing peace protests there.
The protest is the second by residents living near the base
People in Garelochead claim children have been prevented from going to nearby schools during recent anti-Trident protests.
About 50 residents marched to the peace camp. A previous protest in April attracted about 120 demonstrators.
The naval base is the home of the UK's Trident strategic nuclear deterrent.
The submarines which carry the weapons system have been based on the banks of Gareloch for 25 years.
The local people taking part in demonstration said they wanted the roads to be clear seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
Brian Larkin, a spokesman for the steering group Faslane 365, said the anti-Trident demonstrators were sympathetic to locals' concerns over getting children to school during exam times.
"We have urged the autonomous groups who are coming to the area as part of Faslane 365 not to block roads before 9am or between noon and 2pm".
He added: "We will continue to organise blockades within our principles of non-violence because the nuclear weapons are still there, they are still illegal and immoral."