A LOCAL charity recently held their annual summer concert - and performers proudly took to the stage to entertain the busy audience.

“An Evening with FireCloud 2019” was held in Whitecrook’s St Margaret’s Church Hall on Friday, June 7.

It was the annual summer showcase from the charity who have a wide range of community projects happening in and around Clydebank.

Celtic Cara folk duo were singing Scottish folk songs, Thomas McCabe played a set on the accordion, and the Big Happy Noise choir ended the show with a toe-tapping finale featuring music from the Greatest Showman.

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FireCloud also launched their new fundraising scheme “The FireCloud Foundation” to help build for future work in Clydebank.

Suzanne Bunniss, director of FireCloud, said: “It was a wonderful night and great to see so many people out to support the event.

“The acts all did brilliantly, and the crowd were incredibly big-hearted in helping us launch our new fundraising campaign and raise awareness.

“There are lots of ways for local people to participate in what we do at FireCloud so an event like this really shows people they can get involved and use their talents for the good of the local community here in Clydebank.”

Anyone interested in joining the community choir in August are welcome. They practise Thursday evenings at 7.30pm in Our Holy Redeemer Church Hall. No singing experience is necessary.