A TRIO of pupils at South Craven School has netted nearly £400 for the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands.

Year 9 students Seth Wilkinson, Luke Randall and Max Enright organised a football tournament and raffle at the Cross Hills school, encouraging fellow pupils and staff to get involved.

Student mentor and teaching assistant Chinny Singh, who worked with the youngsters on the project, said: "I would like to congratulate the students – their hard work paid off and they are a real credit to the school."

Mr Singh, who is involved in charity football team Craven for Change, added: "As someone who raises funds for charity in the local community, it’s great to see the influence it has had on our young people."

Thanks were expressed by the school to Bradford City Football Club, the Cross Hills Co-op and Spar stores and Drake and Macefield Butchers for donating raffle prizes.