A Cambuslang pair have become TV stars after appearing in an advert for foster care.
Dawson Sinclair, 7, and Niamh Lewsley, 8, appear in the Kibble Education and Care Centre ad and were filmed enjoying themselves around Largs in North Ayrshire.
The primary three pupils at St Bride’s Primary School spent three days on the beach and in the town as well as making the short trip to Millport.
They both helped with the appeal to encourage more people into foster caring.
Dawson said: “It was fun to make the advert with my friend Niamh. We know that it will be used to help other children find a home. I can’t wait to see it on the TV.”
Dawson’s mum, Alison said the two kids had a lot of fun when filming.
She added: “They were looking for children to star in a ten minute film and they asked me if Dawson would be interested. Kibble then turned it into an advert.
“I put him forward and he was a bit apprehensive at first but he really enjoyed filming.
“He’s really into his singing and drama and Niamh is in drama theatre.
“They were down the beach and spent time with the foster parents. They filmed a full day with them and at the foster care unit.”
Kibble, a Renfrewshire charity that provides care for vulnerable young people, developed its Intensive Fostering Service (IFS) which is designed to give the child greater support than traditional fostering services.
Head teacher at St Brides, Amanda Maguire, said: “We are all very proud and delighted that two of our pupils, Dawson and Niamh, are involved in this very important and worthwhile appeal. We are all very excited and looking forward
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