A group of punters at a Lincoln pub have written and recorded a Christmas song to raise money for local charities.
The team at Plough Boy have produced a song called Santa Flaws. It is available to buy on CD at a cost of £5, with money going to St Barnabas Hospice and Let Them Eat Cake, which are both Lincoln charities.
Everything on the single has been done within five miles of the pub. It is available for sale at the pub as well as at the town's local record shop, in the local theatre and at two other pubs.
Landlord Ian Ray said: "This has never been done before anywhere at a pub, to my knowledge.
"With everything that's going on, everybody needed a little bit of a lift. The song is about Santa getting drunk. It's about somebody having a good time. It's uplifting.
"We've sold about 70 so far so people have been quite receptive to it. But we want to sell more. We want to get as much money as possible for the two charities."
The song was written by Kev Hackney, with music written by Nigel Davies and performed by a group of six punters who called themselves The Ploughers.