Pre­sen­ters drop in at Asda Hamil­ton

Hamilton Advertiser - - INTIMATIONS -

A pair of Clyde 1 pre­sen­ters popped in to Asda Hamil­ton to show off their danc­ing skills to cus­tomers.

Grant Thom­son and Am­ber Liv­ing­stone, who have been learn­ing to dance to­gether over re­cent months, per­formed in front of cus­tomers as part of their fundrais­ing ef­forts – which have al­ready helped raise £12,600 for Ra­dio Clyde Cash for Kids char­ity.

The char­ity have been awarded a £22,500 do­na­tion from Asda to fund a project in La­nark­shire which has been pro­vid­ing vi­tal food and ac­tiv­i­ties for vul­ner­a­ble chil­dren and young peo­ple dur­ing the school holidays.

Deb­bie Fraser, re­gional man­ager for Clyde Cash for Kids, said:“school holidays are when many chil­dren are at their most vul­ner­a­ble be­cause they are not in their reg­u­lar school rou­tine. It is also a time when many will go with­out food, and sadly this is a prob­lem we are see­ing in­creas­ing in many of the com­mu­ni­ties that we work in. Mak­ing sure that chil­dren have a reg­u­lar meal has been the foun­da­tion of our‘hol­i­day Hunger’cam­paign and the do­na­tion from our long stand­ing sup­port­ers at Asda will go a long way to help fund the project.

“Am­ber and Grant’s fundrais­ing has been amaz­ing.”

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