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Her and take to the streets for fun
This was a performance by Dynamic Dance as part of Camglen Move Week 2017, with routines set to 500 Miles by the Proclaimers and YMCA by the Village People.
Many of the local councillors and dignitaries certainly gave a valiant effort in trying to remember the exact moves.
The Queen and her court then departed for lunch, and Landemer regulars the Uncle Red Rock band brought their vintage rock n’ roll to the stage.
It was then that the rain became a downpour, prompting many to head indoors, but once the weather improved there was further entertainment. However, girl group Loxie and the Bronx Show Big Band were not able to perform due to the weather.
Despite this, many locals were in good cheer.
Proud dad Keith McQuade was there to see his daughter Emma perform with the Calderwood choir.
He said: “She got her Landemer medal for performing and she’s really chuffed about that.
“They’ve been practising for the past couple of weeks and working hard for today, it was nice to see such a good turnout.”
Cambuslang woman June Carol was there with her grandson Reagan.
She said: “It’s always good for the kids, there’s things for them to do and have fun.”
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey said: “I didn’t expect to be doing the YMCA but Landemer Day is always full of surprises.
“It’s a great day for the community. The Queen and her court looked fantastic and so much work goes on behind the scenes to make the day go well – we need to give a huge thanks to all the volunteers who make this such a fantastic day.”
Let’s danceDynamic Dance put everyone through their paces with their energetic dance moves
Stall right now The 20 Social Club did good business
Watching on A good crowd turned out