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The city of Glasgow will remember those lost in the Clutha tragedy this weekend.
10 people were killed when a police helicopter crashed into the Clydeside pub on Friday the 19th of November.
People of the city raced to help the victims and continued to support them in the difficult months to come.
Since then, bar owner Alan Crossan has started a charity in their memory - the Clutha Trust - to raise money for disadvantaged children and get them involved in the music scene the Clutha was famous for.
He opened the doors of the pub for Heart reporter Fiona Winchester, to tell his story: