Milngavie’s well-loved annual fireworks display - which has traditionally been held at the West of Scotland Football Club for years - is back by popular demand this year.
The event, which ran for nine years, was snuffed out last year due to a lack of permanentfunding but the organisers, The Bearsden and Milngavie Highland Games committee, have decided to go ahead with it again on Saturday, November 2 at 8pm and they will not be charging an entry fee.
Visitors will be able to make a donation which will go to the charity ‘Funding Neuro’ which aims to find a cure and better treatments for Parkinson’s Disease.
The charity was set up by Parkinson’s sufferer, Bryn Williams from Bearsden, who started the Wobbly Williams website to provide information and support to others.
Organiser Alan Oliver said: “If we get the same level of support that we’ve had in the past we should do well.
“There will be all the usual fun of the fair as well - including children’s rides, snacks and tea and coffee.”