It's all change for a fancy dress fun run

SPIDERMAN and Little Red Riding Hood led the charge at a fun run to celebrate the Commonwealth Games.

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Charity C-Change held a special version of its Dates-n-Mates get-togethers at a fancy dress race in Pollok Park for people to walk, jog, run, cycle and use their wheelchairs.

Although the rain joined runners around the course, spirits were high for the challenge.

Starting at the Burrell Collection, participants in a variety of costumes took the chance to complete 1k, 2k and 5k circuits of the park.

And the fun run was followed up with an evening of entertainment at Bellahouston dry ski slope with a bar and BBQ, a DJ and an awards ceremony for people involved in the charity.

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