A VITAL transport charity in Inverclyde has added a new minibus to its fleet thanks to support from local business.

Wet Wall Works have stepped up to support Inverclyde Voluntary Council of Social Services (IVCSS) by sponsoring a minibus.

The charity's team of volunteer drivers take children with complex physical and additional support needs to school every day.

They look after a fleet of 14 buses, with the latest addition courtesy of the Lynedoch Industrial estate firm.

Wet Wall Works director Alister MacKenzie unveiled the bus, emblazoned with their company name, and was presented with a photograph of the vehicle from grateful IVCSS secretary Jim Sinclair.