Truro Cathedral Choir have recorded a special charity single in remembrance of victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Thursday marks one year since 72 people died when the London tower block caught fire on 14 June last year.
The song called 'Grenfell for Today' is the idea of Cornwall Hugs Grenfell, a project which has been organising Cornish holidays for survivors and firefighters in the aftermath.
The founder of the project, Esme Paige, said she felt there was a need for a song to mark the tragic event.
Some choristers say they felt privileged to perform the song and now the Cornwall Hugs Grenfell charity want other choirs and school children get involved by sharing the song in their own communities too.
Listen to part of the song here:
Up to 250 Grenfell survivors, firefighters and their families have visited Cornwall for respite holidays donated by businesses and well-wishers.
The charity says all the money raised from downloads will be shared between Cornwall Hugs Grenfell and the London based Grenfell Foundation.