Glasgow comedian Limmy and rapper Loki have given their support to a South Side charity shop facing thousands of pounds of flood damage to their stock.

The Ice Box Arts And Music Centre in the Gorbals was hit for the third time since its opening in February — with owner Jamie McDermid starting a Go Fund Me page to raise funds for the damage loss.

Donating under their real names of Brian Limond and Darren McGarvey, the pair are among over 100 people who've helped break the charity's £1000 online funding target.

In typical Limmy style , a message of "Aw ra best" was added to the online fundraiser. by the comedian.

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Overwhelmed by the support the fundraiser has received, Jamie said: "The response from the city's music and arts scene has been excellent.

"As well as better known names, a lot of local bands and smaller artists have came together to help."

In an example of that support, both staff and the trio of acts at the 13th Note on Wednesday evening donated their entry fees to the campaign.

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Looking ahead at how the raised funds will help ease the cost of the damage repairs, Jamie said: "With the donations we can look to buy new shelving units and tiles to secure the shop from future floods.

With the fundraiser having already hit its target, Jamie said: "The Go Fund Me page will run until Monday.

"Thereafter any surplus donations will go towards an event to help feed homeless people at Christmas at our charity shop's next door music venue.

"That is something that is important to us in partnership with local caterer Keighley Kerr."