Choir in fine voice
Friends of Cambuslang Park
The Friends of Cambuslang Park were in good voice when they held their annual carol singing event.
Around 50 people braved the cold weather to go along and sing a selection of popular Christmas carols at the Cairns Road entrance to the park.
Friends chairman Edward Cais led the group off, as everyone had a fun time.
A Friends spokesman said: “We started off with 40 people singing, but this rose to 50 as we sang.
“It was a lovely night, and although it was a little on the cold side, it stayed dry for us, and the rain just started after we’d finished singing.
“We had 19 children along too, and one of our members, Margaret Sloan, had made Santa Claus lollipops for them.
“It was good fun, and the kids really enjoyed it.
“It was a good way to end the year and sing carols for half-an-hour.”
Altogether now People of all ages took part in the carol singing
Family fun Everyone had a great time singing carols
Singing together Councillor Russell Clearie joined the gathered carol singers
Christmas cheer Cambuslang West councillor Richard Tullett came along to sing
Singing by candlelight These little ones sang beside the tealights
Ensemble Singers gather ahead of the carol concert in Cambuslang Park
Good time Around 50 people took part in the carol singing
Singing a song This little one enjoyed the carol concert