M&D's Theme Park has partnered up with Clyde 1 to help spread the nation’s support of the national team in Euro2020.

For the Lanarkshire-based amusement park is flying the Scotland flag at the top of one of their tallest attractions for everyone to see.

The move comes after Clyde 1’s resident DJ George Bowie asked listeners to nominate iconic landmarks with several callers suggesting Scotland’s Theme Park.

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Delighted to lend their support, specially trained staff scaled to the top of the High Diving Pirates attraction which stretches 80 ft high, but is currently closed due to COVID restrictions, and towers over Strathclyde Park to position the flag.

Matthew Taylor Jnr, Scotland’s Theme Park said: "We were only too pleased to play our part and it’s terrific the way everyone is getting behind the team, it’s what Scotland does best, and we are all looking forward to a great tournament."

Fans eager to support the team can watch all the Euro2020 games which will be shown indoors and outdoors at the Theme Park in the Sports Bar, the Beer Garden and Cosmic Bowl. Further information is available from www.scotlandsthemepark.com

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