FILM maker Lord Puttnam gave advice to young people when he visited Glasgow.

The Unicef UK Ambassador met with youngsters at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Summer Scholarship Programme, a joint initiative with the Celtic FC Foundation.

He met Jamie-Lee Wood, 10, from Dalmarnock Primary, Chiara Jack, 14, from St Mungo's Academy, Ailie Watson,10, from Dalmarnock, Lewis O'Neill, 12, from St Mungo's and Emma Darroch, 11, from Dalmarnock.

Earlier in the day he joined former 007 star Sir Roger Moore as they praised Glasgow and the Commonwealth Games for their support of the international charity.

Lord Puttnam stressed the importance of the Games at promoting links between charities and sporting events.

He said: "Since the Games got traction, everyone has been enthusiastic."

He said, during the dress rehearsal for the opening ceremony on Monday night, 2000 people had donated funds to the children's charity.

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