A WINDOW cleaner is doing the rounds in a Santa outfit for a cause close to his heart.

Jamie Moffat is fundraising for his five-year-old nephew Caleb Stirrat as he battles with cancer.

For the past two years, Caleb has been known to readers for his constant smile through near endless treatments.

Jamie said: “My inspiration for doing it is my wee nephew’s not well with cancer.”

The 30-year-old explained having to carry all his equipment around and do a shift in a Santa suit is “tiring”, but he wouldn’t have it any other way.

He joked: “All the other guys laugh at me in this outfit and ask, ‘how do you do it?’

“When it’s something that’s so close to you and means something then you really don’t mind.

“Especially when it puts a smile on people’s faces, you can’t complain.

The reaction from Bankies has been “crazy” with punters jumping on board with his festive cheer.

Last year the good Samaritan raised over £500 and has high hopes he’ll smash that target, as he’s already at the £400 mark.

The former Clydebank Asda worker swapped his green fleece for window washing only a year ago.

And he’s got his work cut out, as he pledges to graft right up until a few days before the 25th.

The hard-working dad of two lives with his partner and their two kids, Nathan, five, and Jack, four.

Jamie’s employer, Clydebank company Pure Clean hailed his Christmas cheers.

Owner Jamie McLaren said: “It’s all for a good cause and a charity close to his heart.

“He joked he was going to dress up as Santa throughout December and we never believed him until he got in the van the next morning.

“I think he enjoys it more than the onlookers to be honest.”

All funds raised will be donated to LoveOliver, a charity set up to fundraise for vital research into childhood cancer.

The organisation also provides practical support to the affected families.

To donate visit justgiving.com/love-oliver.