A business from Baillieston has collected more than 1000 presents and £800 for disadvantaged children who might not have any other presents this year.

The toys were collected for the Gifts for Glasgow campaign at a Christmas fair today at Glasgow Business Park.

The event was attended by Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer and Still Game actors Lynne McCallum and Matt Costello - Peggy and Stevie the Bookie from the show.

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The fair is a networking event for the customers and suppliers of Indigo Unified Communications, an IT firm based in Baillieston.

Entry to the fair is free but attendees must bring a gift to be given to a child at Christmas.

The presents will be given out to children on Monday, and the money will be given to charities and to parents in Asda vouchers to buy food for Christmas dinner.

The campaign is supporting the charities Spirit Aid, the Celtic Foundation and St Andrew’s Hospice, who will distribute the toys.

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Craig Armstrong, the company’s managing director, said that the fair had attracted hundreds of people.

He said: “We put on a little Christmas fair with six or seven stalls, which is free but attendees give gifts for children. We’ve got over 1000 toys so far.

“We’ve got some excellent stars this year attending the fair. We’ve got Peggy and Stevie the Bookie from Still Game, and Kristoffer Ajer coming from Celtic.

“As many children this year as we can possibly help will have something to open.

“In this day and age, it’s absolutely ridiculous that there’s the possibility in Scotland that someone wouldn’t have anything.

“We’re not going to sit back and watch that happen. We’re going to do the best we can for them.”