CARING youngsters at Oxenhope CE Primary School have been doing their bit for the community.

During the latest half term, pupils have taken part in a range of projects.

Activities included a litter pick and fundraising for the Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands, which is based in the village and relies on public donations.

And as part of their harvest celebrations, the children and families from across the school and pre-school donated items to support the Worth Valley Food Bank.

Headteacher, Alice Jones, says: "We love to cultivate a sense of pride in our children about the community where they live.

"The children love to help others and we have been overwhelmed by the generosity of families, especially in these financially challenging times.

"Our pupils are very creative and come up with amazing ideas to raise money for charity. They are eager to help, and we are so proud of them."