Children in Clydebank put on their best dancing shoes and headed down to Golden Friendships for a morning of fun.

The team at the charity are putting on a children’s breakfast club for three days per week throughout the school summer holidays.

The youngsters will then be encouraged to show everyone their best dance moves and make new friends through a show.

Jim McLaren, founder of Golden Friendships, told the Post: “The feeling of having people back in the hall is fabulous. Here is hoping we are on the way out of this pandemic. It is a very successful project with lots of fun planned.

“It is great to see all of the children’s faces again!”

There will be soft drinks, tea or coffee and a hot roll provided on arrival. Families will also be provided with a free packed lunch when leaving.

For more information search Golden Friendships on Facebook.