STUCK for plans this Saturday? Not to worry, Linnvale Community group has you covered as they gear up to celebrate their milestone 75th anniversary with a fun-filled gala day.

The event will be held in Linnvale Primary School tomorrow (June 18) and is running from 12pm to 4pm.

Lee Kennan, a member of Linnvale Community Group, said that there will be a range of activities for the whole family to enjoy including the memory lane café, live music, and lots of amazing prizes that can be won in the raffle/tombola.

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Lee said: “We have the café set up in the gym hall and there will be slides up on the walls of pictures from years gone by to spark conversations between people sitting having a cup of tea.

“There’s raffles, tombola, face painters, live music, and Clydebank Titans Rugby are coming along to do a wee taster with all the kids, there just so much to do.”

The gala day marks an “emotional” anniversary for the group with Lee explaining that it has been a long time in the making.

A huge range of prizes are up for grabs at the event and the group say they are “blown away” by both local and non-local organisations’ generosity.

Lee added: “People have just been so generous in their donations, we’re gobsmacked at the support that we have received so it should be a really good day.

“We expected some donations but we didn’t expect people to be coming every other day with vouchers and prizes, we’re blown away with it, to be honest.

“It’s not just been people from Linnvale that have been supporting us, people outwith the area as well have been giving donations in, people from the Clydebank area, maybe friends and family of people that live here but the support’s been unbelievable.”

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Those looking to head along are being encouraged to walk or take public transport as parking at the site is limited.

Entry is free and Lee, who has lived in Linnvale all her life, says that the group is just “so excited” to see the community come along and have fun.

She said: “I’ve lived in Linnvale my whole life, a lot of the community group have as well so you know it’s quite emotional because it’s the 75th anniversary, it’s such a huge day.

“This community group has just been outstanding in pulling together so hopefully, we pull it off because it has been hard work.

“It’s really hard to put into words but we are definitely astounded with the support that we’ve had and I guess we’re a bit nervous about it tomorrow but we are desperate to let people in the community come and have a day on us, have some fun that’s what it’s all about.”