More than £25,000 has been handed to five worthy causes in Renfrewshire that are planning to celebrate the King's coronation.

Finding Your Feet, based in Paisley, received £10,000 from the National Lottery Community Fund to organise coronation celebrations and outings for around 300 amputees and people with congenitally missing limbs.

Linwood Community Council has been given £5,000 to host a free coronation celebration lunch party for local people at the Linwood Welfare Club.

Meanwhile, Langbank Village Centre will use its £5,000 grant to host a coronation party in their village.

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An identical sum goes to 8th Paisley Boys' Brigade Company to deliver two community events in Paisley to celebrate the coronation.

There is also a £450 grant for Mossvale Community Church, also based in Paisley, to host a celebratory coronation workshop where new Scots will make their own decorative bunting and have an afternoon tea.

Kate Still, Scotland chair of the National Lottery Community Fund, said: "Thanks to National Lottery players, these events and activities will help to promote community cohesion and engage people from different generations and cultures to get to know one another and share experiences. 

"By helping communities celebrate such a historic occasion, we hope to inspire a legacy of positive change that allows people to thrive together."