CUMBRAE House is to throw open its doors and invite in the community for a range of activities, food and live music.

Now the Prince’s Trust Wolfson Centre, the building is an art deco B-listed part of Glasgow's heritage.

From 10am til 4pm on Saturday and Sunday, the charity will lay on activities relating to digital skills, learning, health and wellbeing, culture, and enterprise.

There will be arts and crafts, food, live music, market stalls hosted by youth-business, fitness activities and even a glitter station.

Stephanie Stewart, Operations Support Manager at Prince’s Trust Scotland said: “Doors Open Day presents an opportunity to let the wider community know that we are here and, more importantly, here for young people.

"As the Wolfson Centre continues to grow in terms of its reach, this is a great way to engage with our community, showcase the achievements of young people, and have some fun too.”