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Many establishments and individuals in Glasgow are getting together to raise funds for the families affected by the Clutha Disaster in Glasgow. You can see some of the events listed below.

Events for Charities is organising a number of events for the families of victims of the Clutha helicopter crash.  Their Clutha Benefit Funding target is £20,000 – which they have already exceeded but you can make a donation at:  Also check out events on Facebook 

Clutha Vaults Benefit Gig, Classic Grand, Saturday 1st February


clutha benefit 1st feb classic grandClutha Vaults Benefit @ The Classic Grand

Saturday 1st February, 4 .m. – 11 p.m.

An all day extravaganza charity event

Featuring 18 great musical acts, some very special guests, raffles with great prizes & much more. ALL proceeds will be donated to charities to help those affected by the Clutha Vaults tragedy. This event has been independently organized by Glasgow’s musical community and assisted by many independent local businesses as well as ordinary citizens.

Tickets will be available on 15/12/2013 and cost £10.
Buy online
As well as the Tickets Scotland Box Office on Arglye St and a limited number can also be purchased directly from any of the artists on the bill.

We will also be joined on the day by some very special guests who will be assisting with the days proceedings including some of the stars of TV’s Still Game & some well known Scottish musical legends, with more to be confirmed. This event has an 18+ age restriction.

– See more at: Details of acts / prizes / supporters


(Poor Mrs.Buttars) at McChuills Bar, High St, Glasgow 

Wednesday Feb 5th

All funds donated on the night will go towards The Clutha Vaults appeal.

Tea Garden Paisley

Sunday 9th February – 2 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Eight fantastic band & surprise guests are donating their time to entertain you all folks : 1. Contrast 2. Durty mac 3. Jeff 4. Underwood lane 5. Junkyard dawgs 6. Earl blue and the sessions 7. Black triangles 8. Splendid gentlemen

£2 donation at door + raffles + prizes + auctions

Tea Garden, 69 Causeyside St, PA1 1YT Paisley, Renfrewshire

Clutha – A Celebration, Barrowland – All day event 15th February, 2014


clutha barrowland 15th FebClutha – A Celebration

Barrowland, Saturday 15th February. 2 p.m. start.

In contribution to the effort which has seen funds raised for Clutha families and survivors, the all day event is a chance for people to enjoy music in another venue famed for its music. The gig is to reflect, reminisce and most importantly look forward to the future. It is a gig for people to celebrate everything that is good about Glasgow and The Clutha past and present, in order to help Glasgow move on and put the heartache of tragic events in November behind it. The event will be testament to the love for such venues in the city. As a people’s pub The Clutha is more than a bar, it is referred to as a “community”, a melting pot and it is in the hearts of many. We look forward to you joining us for the event Clutha – A Celebration

If you uplift from Tickets Scotland £20
Book online and uplift from Tickets Scotland £21.50
Book online and have your tickets sent Recorded Delivery £21.50 + £2.50
The £2.50 post covers multiple tickets.

– See more at: Full details including performers




9 Townhead St, Town Centre, Hamilton ML3 7BQ

Events for Charities Auction 22nd January

Only a few hours left of the One Years Motorcycle Service worth £140 this include all part and labour donated from Racin’and Crusin M’Cycles Currently sitting at £70  (January 22nd, 2014)

We have also add two more items to the auction
Amazing prize donated by Robert Fields a 1965 Original The Beatles “Help” LP in Ex Condition Matrix No. XEX 55—2 Yellow Label

Estimated value of the LP is £25 to £30 pounds
Currently sitting at £30

A Fully Signed Magnum CD ” Sleepwalking”

Both items donated by Robert Fields More items will be added later in the week all proceeds from the auctions go to the Clutha Benefit Fund.
Happy Bidding
EFC Team

The Black Abbot”, “The Rock Star Bar” and “b@r” . All from Montrose. Thanks to David Coates for their hard work in raising £1039.18 bringing the running total to *******£25,863.72

Thanks to everyone involved, the artists, the audience, and all the volunteers who made the nights go smoothly!



clutha vaults edinburghThe East Supports the Families and Victims of the Clutha Vaults Disaster

Wiremill Social Club, Musselburgh

Sunday, January 19, 2014

2:00pm until 10:00pm

We have been overwhelmed by the feeling & support shown by the musical community and general public to the Clutha Vaults Disaster and we are hosting a day of entertainment in the East Of Scotland to show our support and to raise funds for the established fund for the Families of the Victims. We will have the most diverse variety of entertainment on show for the event which will span 8 hours from 2-10pm …. Come and join us and show your respect and support. Only £5 at the door Wiremill Social Club 4 Balcarres Road, EH21 7SB Musselburgh



Venues Confirmed for the event 3 – 5 January.:

The Classic Grand
Ivory Blacks

Outside Glasgow

The Dreadnought Bathgate
Harleys Sky Bar Rutherglen

Friday 3rd St Bartholomews Music Club Coatbridge

Satuday 4th January Bellfield Inn, Kilmarnock (all day eventt)

Keep up to date: Events for Charities


Events on 3rd and 4th Jan at Faktory in association with PMCJ presents holding events both days in aid of the Clutha Benefit Weekend

Event on Facebook


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Also check out events on Facebook


folf for the clutha

Final figure for the two Folk for the Clutha nights it a fantastic £3,455.78

Thanks to everyone involved, the artists, the audience, and all the volunteers who made the nights go smoothly!


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