Employees at a Morrisons supermarket in Glasgow have been hailed after setting up a free winter coat scheme for families in need. 

Workers at the Cambuslang branch have set up a rail system with a selection of jackets for customers to take for their children. 

Locals and customers have described the initiative as "outstanding" as they praised the employees' kind-hearted efforts.

Glasgow Times:

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One person said: "Outstanding, well done to all at Cambuslang Morrisons".

Another added: "Wonderful idea well done Morrisons."

"Love this. Well done - genuine community spirit a vital role during this time."

Community champions Nicola Obrien said their initiative has been well backed by customers and locals.

Glasgow Times:

Julie Thomson, Morrisons Cambuslang Store Manager added: "We had the idea to set up a children's coat donation for families in need this winter and are really proud that so many of our customers and colleagues have taken part to support their local community."