CAPPIELOW was full of Christmas spirit as hundreds of people joined together in a festive singalong.

Organised by the Inverclyde Christian Initiative and Morton FC, Carols at Cappielow saw people from all over Inverclyde celebrate Christmas with song.

Members of Riverside Youth Band and the Port Glasgow Salvation Army band provided the musical accompaniment.

The carols were interspersed with readings.

Fans also heard a powerful message of hope from former drug user Stuart Patterson who now leads a church in Easterhouse.

At the end of the service, musicians from the Port Glasgow Boys' Brigade bugle band treated the crowds to some Christmas tunes.

Chris Jewell of ICI thanked Morton FC, the bands and the crowd, adding: "We were very glad to be able to bring back this event."