Staff at Clydebank’s Specsavers store are getting in on the act for Comic Relief by selling funny frames which are sure to raise a smile.

It is the third Red Nose Day that the company has supported the charity by launching the frames in store, with this year’s red glasses jester theme in keeping with the charity’s comic ethos.

Since 2015, Specsavers stores have raised £848,000 and have pledged to raise £250,000 this year in their quest to break the £1million mark.

This will be done through the sale of the Comic Relief frames which cost just £2, with 100 per cent of the proceeds going to the charity. They will be available to buy in stores and, for the first time, the Comic Relief website.

Specsavers Clydebank store director Billy Shaw said: “We are really proud to support Comic Relief."