An Aberdeen student is to perform in public a song he penned for his dying neighbour.
On hearing his close friend David Christie was battling terminal cancer, 19-year-old Liam Dyker set about writing a tune dedicated to him.
The University of Aberdeen student plans to unveil the tribute at a charity event at the Beach Ballroom on Sunday, May 14.
The song will be performed by a four-part choir and Liam will sing a solo.
Liam said: “When my neighbour was diagnosed with terminal cancer, I decided that I wanted to write something for him – whether it would be performed while he was still alive, or if he sadly passed away before I got the chance to perform it.
“He passed away an hour-and-a-half after I’d written it and he never got the chance to hear it so that’s why we’re doing it at this concert, and all of his family will be there to hear it as well.”