A choir hit all the right notes when they took part in a Christmas carol extravaganza at Paisley Abbey last week.
The Mount Cameron Gaelic choir took part in The Spirit of Christmas event which was in aid of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.
The youngsters were joined by actors Eileen McCallum and Tom Urie, former Rangers player Gordon Smith and radio DJ Heather Suttie.
Mount Cameron were given the honour of opening the show and head teacher at Mount Cameron Primary, Caroline Reid, told the News: “I was delighted that our talented and caring children were invited to showcase their creativity and abilities for such a worthy cause at this very special time of year.”
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign is a charity close to organiser Eileen’s heart. The River City star’s daughter Sarah’s two children have the muscle-wasting disease.
Eileen, former star of High Road and The Steamie, has worked tirelessly on behalf of the charity since the boys were born with the condition.
She said: “The carol concerts are always memorable occasions and really help to bring home what the charity is all about – hope for the future for the babies born with these devastating conditions and for families affected by them every day.”
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign is the leading UK charity focusing on muscle disease.
It has pioneered the search for treatments and cures for more than 50 years.