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NEW CLUTHA IS REVEALED; Tragedy-hit pub looks to future and plans include a live outdoor stage and dance floor.

Byline: CHRIS CLEMENTS c.clements@dailyrecord.co.uk

A SNEAK peak of the newlook Clutha bar was finally look Clutha bar was finally revealed yesterday.

Plans to renovate the disaster-hit pub were unveiled yesterday and are being submitted to Glasgow City Council's planning chiefs.

They include a memorial stone with two interlinked hands - a finger for each of the 10 people who died in the tragic helicopter crash on November 29, 2013.

owner Alan Crossan plans to owner Alan Crossan plans to ask families of the victims how to provide a "fitting and lasting" memorial at the site.

Designs for the bar include a Designs for the bar include a perspex and wooden canopy perspex and wooden canopy over the beer garden.

Pictures show an open space Pictures show an open space acting as a dance floor, with acting as a dance floor, with a stage for musicians.

The bar has been closed since thethe crash but Crossan said he hopes to reopen part of the pub by April. He said: "Its resurrection will be seen as a symbol of recovery."

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LIVE ACTS Plans for Clutha include an outdoor stage with canopy and dance floor outdoor stage with canopy and dance floor

FUTURE Clutha owner Alan Crossan says pub reopening will be "symbol of recovery"

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Date:Jan 17, 2015
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