LAST night the people of the north of the city showed their appreciation for the Champions making a difference in their communities.
Yet again there was a strong field of contenders, all worthy of their place in the local final, but the winners stood out as making a special contribution.
Young and old, businesses and schools all helping to make their part of Glasgow a better place to live, grow up and work.
Glasgow Taxis has run its annual outing for decades giving disabled children a day out to remember.
Freddie King and Charlie Lunn have been doing their bit for many years and they can be confident that the community spirit among the younger generation is alive and well with winners like Toonspeak and the pupils form St Catherine's Primary receiving awards.
The winners and finalists represented a diverse range of projects adding to the rich diversity of activities in the communities in the north of the city.
So, another eight finalists go through to the Grand Final where they will be up against the best from other areas of Glasgow in what is already shaping up to be a close contest yet again.
Each year we ask for nominations and never does Glasgow disappoint.
Well done and a very big thank you to all our winners last night.