Golden Friendship’s second fun day has raised more than £1,400 for charity.

The event, in partnership with Clyde Shop Mobility, was held at Clydebank’s bandstand on Saturday, July 28.

The all-day fun that took place between 12pm and 4pm included characters such as Star Wars, Mickey and Minnie Mouse attending.

The day involved having a singalong on the karaoke, free Domino’s pizza, raffles, tombola and a cake stall.

Jim McLaren, Golden Friendship’s founder, said: “The day went smashing, it went really well, and we had a good turnout as well as managing to avoid the rain. By raising money, it means we can take all our friends on more trips.

“Both children and adults came up to have a sing on the karaoke, it was a great day, we had to stop taking names it got that busy.”

The £1,416 that was raised on the day has gone to both charities involved.

Golden Friendship will spend the money on future events such as a trip to Blackpool, a Halloween party and a Christmas dinner.

Jim added: “I thought it was my sister-in-law that was in the Minnie Mouse costume and I was up singing and dancing with her.

“It turned out to be Asda Clydebank's Community Champion Linda McGuire, who volunteered to give up her time, so I would like to say a big thanks to her.”