Appeal fund tops £150k

THE appeal fund set up to help people affected by the Clutha Vaults helicopter tragedy has hit £150,000 in just six days.

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It will be boosted further by a comedy gig at the city's O2 Academy on Sunday, December 22, and by a charity concert featuring a number of Glasgow musicians.

A number of organisations and individuals are also planning fundraising events to help the injured, families of the victims and others affected by the disaster.

If you would like to donate money to the fund, you can do so by calling 0141 287 7878 or by visiting Glasgow City Council's service desk at 45 John Street.

You can also visit any branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland, quoting sort code 834400 and account number 10804129.


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