An iconic corner shop near Glasgow has featured in a Cadbury's TV advert.

North Lanarkshire Council said that residents of Coatbridge had a 'sweet surprise' after the Corner Shop on Quarry Street was featured as the 200-year-old establishment in the chocolate brands newest advertising campaign.

According to the local authority, it marks the second time the shop has been chosen to star in one of Cadbury's adverts.

Lanarkshire is no stranger to 'high-profile' productions from the much-loved Gregory's Girl in Cumbernauld to the hit television series Outlander, which has its own studio at Wardpark and used Cumbernauld Glen as some of its North Carolina locations.

Meanwhile, North Lanarkshire has been the location of several well-known television series in the last few years including Vigil, Karen Pirrie, Scot Squad, and Crime and Shetland.

On top of that, last year saw the opening of a new 32,000-square-foot studio in Coatbridge - Nightsky, which has already hosted the latest series of the hit BBC comedy Two Doors Down, as well as Black Mirror and Deadshot.