Clyde One DJ George Bowie will help a city charity celebrate five years of operation. 

G20 Youth Projects in Maryhill is a trauma-responsive youth club for 10 to 16-year-olds and their families.

The celebrations are in light of the organisation marking five years since it officially became a charity.

Glasgow Times:

It will take place on Thursday, October 19 at 7pm in the Clutha Trust Princess House and tickets are priced at £20 each.

The ticket includes a screening of the film Grounded, a project created and featuring young people,  hot food prepared by youth chefs, live entertainment by G20 alumni DJs and a captivating set by the renowned George Bowie.

There will also be a raffle that will include a football signed by the Rangers First Team donated by Carrick Packaging and a signed Celtic top donated by G20 Sponsors Fleet Alliance.

For more details on the event and for tickets, visit HERE

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