Fund-raising was a piece of cake for one village school – as pupils baking skills saw over £80 collected for charity.
Children at Stoney Middleton Primary organised a cake stall to raise money for their chosen charity – Water Aid – which provides safe water and sanitation to the world’s poorest people.
A selection of sweet treats were on offer from cup cakes, muffins, cream cakes and a range of flavours including chocolate and coffee and walnut, baked by pupils and their parents.
Parents, relatives and friends were invited to the school to sample the cakes and donate.
The day raised £81.40 for the charity.
Headteacher Chris Tupling said: “There was a wide selection of wonderful cakes on offer.
“They all went down very well and a good time was had by all.”