Glasgow grannies have embraced the selfie craze and pouted up for the Evening Times online.

We have received the first set of entries for our #etgrannyselfie - and we want more of you Glasgow grannies to get involved. So get your granny to pout up for a selfie, send us the picture with your granny's name, your name and where you're from, and we'll publish the best. You can tweet your picture to @theeveningtimes using the hashtag #etgrannyselfie You can Facebook your picture to using the hashtag #etgrannyselfie Or you can e-mail us at

Laura McLachlan sent in this selfie of her gran Ellen Lyons at her favourite Glasgow spot Coia's Cafe in Dennistoun. Laura said: "Ellen Lyons doing Brunch at Coia's Cafe - a Glasgow Institution! "Although, she prefers to be 'Gran' to Granny...from all the Grandchildren!"

Rachel McConnon contacted us via Twitter with this selfie of her granny Marion. She said: "Me and my gorgeous Granny Marion at christmas, she told me to "just take a selfie" #etgrannyselfie."

Fiona Beaton proved the selfie has been around for some sending this photo in of her gran Maggie Ann MacAskill from Shawlands and herself as a baby. She said: "My amazing Granny and I when we created the 'mirror selfie' 20 years ago."

Michelle Hill sent in this picture of her gran Ruth McHendry. She said: "Not so much a selfie, she cannot see very well, I had to work the camera, her name is Ruth McHendry, she is an amazing women but sadly doesn't keep very well."

Ashleigh-Kate Scoular posed for a picture with her granny Kate. She said: "This is a picture of me and my wee granny. She's the best granny ever and my best friend. She doesn't keep well but hides it well with her glamorous appearance. Her name is Kate Walker from Anniesland."

Grand-daughter Cherysse sent this picture in of her gran Helen posing for a selfie.

Jessica McGaw sent this picture in of her gran Jeanette Hannay posing for a selfie. She said: "I stay in Glasgow and my granny stays in Stranraer, here is my granny's selfie. She just got her hair done."