Clydebank’s famous landmark, the Titan crane, will be lit up purple to help raise awareness of epilepsy later this month.

The crane will be among 29 landmarks and buildings lit up across Scotland on Purple Day, March 26, as part of Epilepsy Scotland’s awareness campaign.

Every year, the charity works to get politicians, business leaders, schools, health professionals and members of the public to think and talk about epilepsy and help raise money for those living with the condition.

Epilepsy Scotland are also asking people across the country to organise a fundraising event in schools or workplaces, such as dressing up in purple for the day.