Aug 6 2009 By Peter Carroll
A STAGGERING 65,000 Glaswegians and visitors to the city enjoyed all the fun of the Glasgow Show at the weekend.
Dubbed the "people's festival", this year's show at Glasgow Green featured 15 action-packed zones of family fun, top acts and attractions from across the globe.
Music from the likes of X Factor finalists the MacDonald Brothers and the Singing Kettle filled the air.
And daredevil stunts from the Rockin Horse riders and Big Pete and the Grim Reaper monster trucks kept the crowds on their toes.
Lord Provost Bob Winter, who led the parade from George Square to the green on Saturday, was delighted with the success of this year's show. He Winter said: "It's a massive show and a lot of hard work goes into making it one of the city's most enjoyable and entertaining events of the year.
"It just gets better and better."