STUDENTS at West College Scotland’s Clydebank campus have raised £141 for a local charity.

COPE Scotland, a mental health and wellbeing charity, based on Drumchapel Road, will benefit from the funds raised by the kind-hearted Entry to Care Services 2 course students.

A wellness event was organised, and had stalls selling health cakes, aromatherapy lip balm, headache balm, hand massages, meditation and card readings.

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The students also had made bath bombs and bath crystals that were given out for a small donation.

Therese Shearer, curriculum and quality leader, said: “The students did a fabulous effort raising this money for a worthwhile cause, they all worked very well as a team to make sure the event was a success. Well done.”