Cakes are on pupils’ timetable

Macmillan coffee morning at St John's Primary School, Clifton.'Clockwise from front, Phoebe Gibson, five, Thomas Richardson, five, Blake Drury, six, Daniel Church, eight, Luchia Shaw, six, Emma Story, 10, Connor Tankard, 10, and Jonathan Mollett, 10.
Macmillan coffee morning at St John's Primary School, Clifton.'Clockwise from front, Phoebe Gibson, five, Thomas Richardson, five, Blake Drury, six, Daniel Church, eight, Luchia Shaw, six, Emma Story, 10, Connor Tankard, 10, and Jonathan Mollett, 10.

A COFFEE morning was held at St John’s School at Clifton, Brighouse, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Pupils at the school spent the weekend baking for the event, which was attended by children and parents.

Head teacher Susan Garbutt was delighted with the quality of the fare on offer.

She said: “It’s an annual event and we try to tie it together with our harvest festival, which we held on the same day.

“Instead of them contributing to the harvest, two classes made their own cakes and buns. There was an absolutely fantastic selection and they spent the weekend making the most fantastic cakes.

“We’ve raised about £170, which is very good.”