Dozens of organisations and groups are to descend on Clydebank Town Hall for a special open day.

Clydebank Disability Group are holding their second annual open day with a big increase in the number of organisations.

The group's Kevin Crawford said they started the open day because it was so difficult to find what support there was available to residents living with disabilities.

He said: "We have helped a lot of people get out of isolation and get back into socialising four or five nights a week.

"Some have got into training and then part-time work or college. They know what's available now."

Last year had 28 organisations but 43 are expected at the event next week.

Kevin added: "Come see what's available and see what's under one roof. People don't realise what was out there. This is helping them get back out in the community."

The Big Disability Open Day will be held on Tuesday, April 17 from 10am to 3pm. All disabilities and all age groups, as well as carers and people working in the social care sector, are welcome.

Clydebank Disability Group gained charity status in February and are starting a weekly drop-in service in May.