Greenock and Inverclyde MSP Stuart McMillan visited Fir Park on Friday 21 July, the 40th stadium on his "Pipeathon" initiative for charity. Stuart piped at every professional ground in Scotland, starting at the home of Greenock Morton and ending at Hampden Park. 

Stuart, who is the Scottish Parliamentary Piper plays official events for and on behalf of the Parliament, played the pipes at each SPFL ground over the course of 5 days in July to raise money for a number of charities.

All donations raised will be divided equally for three charities: Cash for Kids, Clydeside Action on Asbestos and the Andy Adams Fund. Andy Adams is an Inverclyde firefighter whose life has been irrevocably changed due to an incident he was involved in whilst on duty.

Commenting on his charity drive, Stuart said:

"I am always willing to do my bit to contribute in any way I can and, as the Scottish Parliament piper and a football fan, I thought that this would be a great way to combine my favourite hobbies to raise money for some very worthy causes.

All monies raised will be split equally for three charities: Cash for Kids, Clydeside Action on Asbestos and the Andy Adams Fund. I am delighted that all three organisations are happy to receive any financial support that I can help raise, and they have supported this undertaking from the get-go.

I want to thank all the football clubs and the Scottish fire and rescue service who are taking part in this initiative."