A COFFEE morning at Riddlesden United Reformed Church was taken over by the village's Brownies.

The girls, who meet at the Bar Lane church, were raising money to help keep their group afloat.

In addition to cake, coffee and bacon sandwiches, attractions at the event included stalls, games and tombolas.

Amongst those present were district ward councillors Caroline Firth, Doreen Lee and Malcolm Slater.

Also in attendance was Lisa Robinson, who is standing as Labour's Keighley East candidate at the May Bradford Council elections.

She said: "I have been coming to this church coffee morning for a few months, and it is always a joy to be there.

"Everyone is so friendly and welcoming, and particularly this time for the Brownies takeover!

"The youngsters really did themselves proud. Some hosted stalls and games, while others served bacon sandwiches.

"They were great, and very professional. A big 'well done' goes to everyone involved."

The coffee morning raised more than £150.

A spokesperson for the Brownie pack said: "We are very grateful to everyone who took part and all those who gave their support.

"The girls had such a fun time doing the activities and carrying out their bit in the community."