Nordoff Robbins Scotland is set to toast its 20th birthday tomorrow (June 14th).
The music therapy charity is close to the hearts of everyone at Clash, having seen first hand the positive results that have achieved in the lives of ordinary people.
Nordoff Robbins Scotland are set to reach their milestone anniversary in some style, hosting a special event at their Cardonald centre in Glasgow.
Altered Images singer Clare Grogan will be on hand to wish them a 'Happy Birthday', and Nordoff Robbins Scotland chairman Donald MacLeod is only too happy to welcome her to the party:
"We are delighted that Clare is joining us to mark 20 years since the charity was founded in Scotland. In that time our therapists have used the power of music to change the lives of thousands of the country’s vulnerable children and adults."
He continues: "The team now sees around 430 children and adults every month with conditions ranging from autism to complex disability."
The Nordoff Robbins Scotland team also organised the Scottish Music Awards - an annual ceremony that toasts the cream of Scottish talent.
Clash has obtained some archive imagery - check out the snaps up above.
For more information on the TOP TWENTY ways to get involved and help celebrate this important milestone, phone 01506 239578 or 07794 661 959, or visit http://www.nordoffrobbinsscotland.org.uk/get-involved/