Pixie Lott, James Morrison and Newton Faulkner were just some of the stars helping to raise money at the first Radio Clyde Cash for Kids celebrity lunch.
The event, at the Hilton in Glasgow, had 700 guests and raised £170,000 for children in the West of Scotland.
James Morrison opened the lunch with “Nothing Ever Hurt like You” followed by his top ten hit “Wonderful World”. Clyde 1’s George Bowie introduced thirteen year old Dionne Bromfield to the stage to perform her single “Mama Said”.
Dionne, who is Amy Winehouse’s goddaughter, then helped Clyde 1’s Suzie McGuire present a Cash for Kids cheque for £14,693 to Royston Primary School for the Seasons for Growth project.
Starlet Pixie Lott continued the party with four tracks, including her chart-topping “Mama Do”, “Cry Me Out” and “Isn’t She Lovely”. The MacDonald Brothers were joined on stage by Ravenswood Primary School Choir for the brothers’ new Cash for Kids single ‘Three Cheers for Christmas”.
Radio Clyde’s Station Director, Tracey McNellan, said: “It has been a fantastic day and we would like to thank everyone who donated money, as well as the acts for donating their time to help raise thousands of pounds for Radio Clyde’s Cash for Kids.”