Bellahouston Park is mobbed by hundreds of Resolution Runners

GLASGOW runners braved the damp weather to take part in a fundraiser for stroke victims.

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Runners of all ages took part in 5k and 10k races
Runners of all ages took part in 5k and 10k races

Hundreds of people donned race numbers and laced up their trainers to join the Resolution Run at Bellahouston Park, in the city's Southside, yesterday.

It was held to raise money for the Stroke Association, which supports and provides up-to-date information for stroke patients, their families and carers.

Participants had the choice of completing a 5k or 10k, and the eager runners gathered in the park before the event kicked off at 10.30am

They were cheered on by their friends, family as well as other park-goers.

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