A CLYDEBANK take on the Nativity story is set to be held in a local church.

Since 2014, charity FireCloud has written and produced an annual Christmas Nativity in St Margaret's Church.

The performance always brings together the wider community, who each contribute their gifts to this contemporary re-telling of the Christmas story.

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The evening is filled with drama, music, light and song and celebrates the remarkable story of the birth of Jesus Christ.

FireCloud mission is to provide learning and opportunities which celebrate the Catholic faith and inspire people to use their gifts and talents to build a more courageous and loving world.

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They work with children, teens, young people, adults and older people; from toddlers to 90+ years of age.

This year’s event – the tenth year FireCloud have put on an iteration of the famous tale – takes place in St Margaret's Church, Sinclair Street on December 17.

Doors open at 6.30 pm and the show will begin at 7 pm.