THE SSE Hydro will be lit up orange tonight. 

As part of International Batten Disease Awareness Day, the Glasgow venue will be helping bring attention to the disease, which can cause vision loss, progressive motor and cognitive decline, and seizures.

Other Scottish landmarks taking part with lighting up orange include Edinburgh Castle, and the Glasgow Science Centre.

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The Scottish Government buildings at Victoria Quay and St Andrews House will also light up orange tonight to help raise awareness of the cruel disease.

The Batten Disease Family Association is asking people to wear something orange and if you are out and about to please share your pictures of the landmarks lit orange across social media with #battenday2021 and tag the Batten Disease Family Association.