The gardens at Strathcarron Hospice are sparkling with special lights this December to honour and celebrate the lives of much loved family members and friends.
This year’s Light Up A Life service took place at the hospice in Denny last week.
Everyone was invited to come along and to remember loved ones, with an opportunity to leave a message on the Christmas tree.
Ahead of the event, the public had been invited to sponsor a light in honour or memory of a loved one, and to help fundraise for the hospice.
At last week’s service, the Strathcarron Singers led the carol singing and hospice chaplain, Stuart Murdoch read a short, meaningful reading.
The Dunblane Handbell Ringers were also there.
The donations to sponsor a light for a loved one will be directly used by Strathcarron Hospice to care for local people living with a terminal illness making every moment count for our patients and their families this Christmas.
Coleena Brodie, from the hospice, said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came along to our Light up a Life service, to the Strathcarron Singers, the Dunblane Handbell Ringers, our volunteers and everyone who helped make it happen.
“It was a special evening of music and memories, and we thank you for sharing it with us.”