A DRUMCHAPEL charity has released a ‘belter’ of a new song in the hopes of attracting visitors to the area this weekend.

Enable Glasgow Fortune Works put their own 'cheeky spin' on Gerry Cinnamon’s hit ‘Belter’ to promote their Garden Centre open day on Saturday.

The group, a social enterprise that supports adults with learning disabilities, has racked up nearly 3,000 views on social media after posting its hilarious music video.

The Drumchapel version of the song features lyrics reflecting on the garden centre’s work.

Jason Methven, Fortune Works Growing Together coordinator, told the Post he is hoping for a good turnout on the day.

Jason said: “Our annual spring open day is always a great day and one people across the community look forward to.

“We have a great selection of raffle prizes, a DJ, and an amazing selection of plants and crafts for purchase.

“All the money made goes back into supporting the work we do here at Fortune Works.

"All our products, including our jewellery, doorstoppers, prints and more, are lovingly made by our service users.

“So please come on down and enjoy the day.”

The event is set to take place at the Drumry Road East centre between 10am and 2pm.

It forms part of Drumchapel’s 70th birthday celebrations which will be ongoing in the area over the course of the year.

Those heading along to the spring sale will be able to browse a huge selection of plants and homemade crafts.

There will also be a number of stallholders from other third-sector organisations who will be on hand on the day to provide information on their services.

David Campbell, Fortune Works Operations Manager, added: “Being involved in the local community is a huge focus for us here at Fortune Works that’s why events like this are so important.

“We hope people from the community join us for what I know will be a great day.”

For more information contact either David Campbell or Jason Methven on 0141 944 4383.