Fife College students broke their fundraising target by raising more than £600 for a local hospice.

Business enterprise, accounting and legal course students began their initiative earlier this year, organising a charity event to support the Snow Beds/Cuddle Beds campaign by Victoria Hospice in Kirkcaldy.

Mel Lindsay, class representative, said: "I was overwhelmed with the responses we got for the event.

"The buzz created meant we got to raise funds for the hospice, support them, and achieve our goal.

"My classmates handled everything so well, and we worked well together and supported each other throughout the event."

They raised £643 and the money was handed over by three students and their lecturer, Karen Dyce, along with a special care hamper for the staff.

The hamper included wax melts, candles, bath products, books, candle burners and air fresheners.

Ms Dyce said: "I was blown away by the class's determination, teamwork, resilience and hard work whilst planning and implementing our fundraising event for the hospice, which is why I have nominated the team for a Fife College Student’s Association (FCSA) Community Award."