Sisters who run a Glasgow restaurant are set to appear on Good Morning Britain's as part of the ITV's show campaign for 'one million minutes' this week to showcase their help to end loneliness.

Wee Betty's is a family-owned restaurant within Easterhouse's shopping centre and they have partnered with Easterhouse Community Church to host a Boxing Day dinner, to help tackle loneliness within the community.

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This year's dinner will include a free two-course meal, a soft drink, and entertainment will come from a guitarist from the church for whoever wants to join the 'Chatter Natter' event.

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One of the four sisters who run Wee Betty's Sammy Goodwin said: "Everyone is in good spirits at our events.

"A lot of people have lost their partners and are lonely. The men find it nerve-racking and harder to meet people.

"My dad lost my mum, and I saw how it affected him, that's why we added the table, Chatter Natter.

"There are a lot of lonely people out there. It's not just the elderly, there are single parents and others too. We make sure we have volunteers for anyone who needs to chat.

"We get attached to our community and we are all like a family."

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A Glasgow Times reader, who wanted to highlight the women's work, said: "The community would agree, what these girls do for our community is outstanding.

"These girls need recognising for what they do for the community. it’s not just a job to them they are a small family business of four sisters."

The cafe pre-filmed the segment which is set to feature on the hit ITV show on a date that is still to be confirmed.