City Chambers on George Square will be open from 12noon until 5pm from
26 December to 31 January to allow anyone to sign the book of condolence
for those affected by the tragedy at George Square.
Glasgow City Council has opened the Lord Provost's Queen Street Fund for people who were
affected by the incident. If you would like to make a donation you can find out more on the Glasgow City Council website here.
We bid a fond farewell to what has been a huge year for Glasgow and Scotland with a day full of free family fun and entertainment across George Square with music in the Alpine Bar and fun and games in our Christmas Workshop!
Come boogie with your baby in our toddler friendly disco! Hosted by Radio Clyde's Gavin Pearson, adults and kids can dance to party tunes from different decades, get their face painted and celebrate the last day of the year way before bedtime!
Look out for pop up piping around the Square during the afternoon.
Come along to enjoy a true taste of Scotland when Homecoming Scotland present free whisky tasting session throughout the afternoon.
Gunna Sound's repertoire includes a full selection of round the room Ceilidh dances and an extensive song list that usually invokes comments at the end of the night: 'so you're not just a Ceilidh band!' The boys try and cater for all tastes and their musical influences range from John Prine, Steve Earle, the Saw Doctors to Norman MacLean, Graham Mitchell and the Wallochmor Ceilidh Band, along with some good humour and craic!
Our resident DJ is back, spinning his usual mix of disco, funk and soul to get you in the party mood.
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