BBC Radio Scotland phone-in host Kaye Adams has crowned the winner of a special West End Christmas competition.
The star of TV’s Loose Women was invited to judge the best-dressed window among participating shops and businesses in the Yorkhill, Finnieston and Kelvingrove areas.
And her choice was beer store Grunting Growler on Old Dumbarton Road, which made use of beer bottles to form a spectacular Christmas tree display.
Kaye – a West End resident herself – said she was delighted to help pick the winner in the inaugural competition.
She told Glasgow West End Today: “It was a tough competition and a lot of shops and businesses made a tremendous effort.
“But I thought Grunting Growler brought some real imagination to the process and made clever use of materials to put on a show.”
Watch: See how Jehad Hatu owner of craft beer shop Grunting Growler brightened up his window.
Kaye added: “I thought it was a great idea to dress up the area for Christmas and I’m pleased so many businesses took the time to take part.
“Well done Yorkhill and Kelvingrove Community Council for coming up with the idea and brightening up the shopping experience for people in this part of the West End.”
Lee Grant, secretary of Yorkhill and Kelvingrove Community Council, said he was delighted with the response to the competition.
“We had 15 shops, cafes and bars that took part and entered into the spirit of the season.
“I’d like to say a big thank you to Kaye for taking time out to judge the entries.
“I think the displays have really made a difference to the experience of shoppers in the area.”
Lee added: “I think this is something we will look to repeat in the years ahead.
“It has also allowed us to raise money for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, formerly based at Yorkhill.”
Jehad Hatu, owner of craft beer store Grunting Growler, said he was thrilled his shops had been chasen as best-dressed window.
A special winner’s medal is now taking pride of place in store.
Jehad said: “I thought the competition was a great idea to brighten up the area, and I’m delighted to have won.
“We thought using green beer bottles to make a Christmas tree was a simple approach – and it proved effective.”
Traders entered in to the spirit of the season by dressing up their windows to add a bit of sparkle to the streets.
They also hosted a Lego Super Heroes trail that allowed children to win tickets to the Irn Bru Carnival at the SECC this Christmas.
Those businesses that took part included Roast, Iolla, The Print Box, Rebel Rebel, The Drugstore, Dukes Bar and Peugeot.