Commonwealth Games: Carla shares Glasgow 2014 experience
published on 1 Jul 2014
The Commonwealth Games are coming to an end but for Salvationist Carla Page the memories of Glasgow 2014 will last a lifetime.
Carla, who works at our Burnside Mill Lifehouse in Dundee, has enjoyed a fortnight to remember after singing at the opening ceremony and working as a volunteer during the Games. The 21-year-old performed with the National Youth Choir of Scotland at Celtic Park before going to be as Clydesider at the Glasgow 2014 shooting competition.
We caught up with Carla as she took a well-earned break from her hectic schedule. She said: “My highlight was singing at the opening ceremony. To sing in front of the Queen, the royal family, thousands of spectators at Celtic Park and billions of people watching across the Commonwealth was a great experience."