All aboard for a great day out
A GROUP of vulnerable children from the East End have been treated to a fun day out at Riverside Museum.
Thanks to the public donating £27,000, more than 1000 Scots youngsters have been able to enjoy a day away.
Around 140 children and families supported by Quarriers Family Resource centre in the East End had the chance to visit the museum before tucking into lunch.
The Ruchazie group is also planning a trip to Troon in early August which will involve 170 youngsters and their families visiting the Ayrshire beach for sun, sea and sandcastles.
The trips form part of Quarriers’ 2017 summer appeal which asked people to give up one day and give children a day to remember.
Those to benefit include youngsters with disabilities, children living in poverty, young carers and young people who require residential support.
Quarriers’ centres in East Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and Ayrshire also benefitted from the appeal.
Around 140 children and their families took part in the day trip. Above Eashar, aged 2