TALENTED college students have teamed up with Ardgowan Hospice to help them 'light up' Inverclyde this December.

West College Scotland (WCS) Film and Music students have recorded a music video for the place of care's remembrance campaign.

The video, which was shot by the college's 'Inverclyde TV' team, will be shown as part of the cancer charity's 'Light Up Inverclyde' virtual livestream on December 6.

Singer Selina Crawford, an HND music student at the Finnart Street campus, is the leading lady fronting the video.

The 22-year-old, who is performing a cover of 'Run' by Leona Lewis, said: "I've been singing all my life and it's my passion to pursue it professionally.

"It is quite an emotional song and message behind it, but I am so pleased to be helping the hospice as I've lost people in my life to cancer.

"I do a lot of charity gigs so was delighted to be asked."

The students pulled out all the stops during a showstopping shoot, and overseeing everything was Hugh Cox, creative industries lecturer at WCS.

He said: "Selina is an amazing singer, she will go far, and when I asked her if she would do it she didn't even hesitate.

"We're really pleased to be helping the hospice in this way."

Once Chris Morton, digital communications assistant at Ardgowan Hospice, has received the video from Inverclyde TV, he will get to work on creating the live stream service.

He explained: "As well as the video from the college, we will also have input from Ardgowan Primary School and our talented clinical support and information manager Liz Irvine is also getting onboard.

"We really hope people tune in on the evening."

Laura Queen, fundraising assistant at Ardgowan Hospice, added: "We'd like to thank the college for supporting us, when we reached out we didn't expect them to go to all this effort.

"It's been a great experience working together and hope we can continue our partnership, especially as we're just along the road from each other.

"Selina is an amazing singer and lecturers and students here really has been so supportive of the campaign."

To find out more about Light Up Inverclyde, visit ardgowanhospice.org.uk/event/lightupinverclyde or email fundraising@ardhosp.co.uk.

Group photo L-R: Selina Crawford, Hugh Cox and Chris Morton