THEY had become an essential part of campaigning by the Yes movement but street stalls vanished from the scene during the coronavirus pandemic, and quite rightly so.

Now that we have moved beyond Level 0, street stalls are becoming more regularly seen and Yes Southside in Glasgow are leading the way with a weekly stall each Saturday outside the Langside Halls.

They said: “Our weekly Street Stall at Langside Halls will be continuing on a weekly basis from now on (weather and events permitting).

“We will be restricting numbers and maintaining social distancing but can easily accommodate volunteers with an extra stall if necessary.

“Campaigning materials are available for distribution, so please come along to help any Saturday you can manage from 12 noon to 2pm.”

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Can we also point you in the direction of an Indy Night at The Drover bar in the Gallowgate in Glasgow, taking place this Saturday from 7pm.

The entertainment will be provided by Pete Scally and guests, plus the vocal talents of Yes movement - there’s an ever-popular karaoke session.

Pete Scally said: “I’m back, entertaining Glasgow with a bit of rock n roll and some cheeky Indy songs.

“Joining me will be John Darlington and maybe a couple of special guests.

“Come rock out with your Indy brothers and sisters.

“It’s about time we had some fun.

“It’s great to be back. Don’t miss out.”