Families who have lost loved ones to the Covid-19 pandemic would like to see a community memorial in Clydebank.

The family of Patrick Rooney, who died aged 76 in September, led the call for a space where Bankies can collectively remember those who died.

It could also be a place to think on the impact across the town - and the globe - and the many efforts to help out during the crisis.

Daughter Patricia Rooney, 56, told the Post: "I think it would be nice as a community to stand together as one. We should recognise these people - they’re not just a number.

"Clydebank as a community is strong as one. We are there for each other when it’s needed.”

A location and design would be key steps towards a memorial. So where would you like to see a memorial?