Late Christmas present for Jeely club
A popular Castlemilk day care centre for children has received a late Christmas gift.
Representatives from the Jeely Piece Club received a cheque for £526 from the Braes Shopping Centre.
The centre raised the money through their Santa’s grotto over the festive period.
Parents paid £3 for their kids to meet St Nick as well as receive a Cadbury’s selection box and five small toys.
Kids were able to take as many pictures of Santa as they wanted while employees Bernie Whelan and Ann Qua acted as elves.
All the money taken was donated to the Jeely Piece Club.
The centre even threw in a copy of FIFA17 for the Playstation 3 for good measure.
Grace Lamont, head of play services at the Jeely Piece Club, said:“I would like to thank all of those involved in the fundraising events. It is such a kind and unexpected gesture.
“We will begin discussions with the children as to how and what we should spend the money on. The children are also set to make a thank you card for the Braes staff.”
Cheque mates Grace Lamont (second left) with Bernie Whelan and Ann Qua, who were Santa’s elves, and Alasdair Irving manager of the Braes