STUDENTS at Westlands School, Torquay, have helped raise hundreds of pounds for a cancer charity.
The year 11 students worked with school librarian Margaret Frobes-Hamilton on organising a coffee morning that raised £325 for MacMillan.
Mrs Hamilton-Forbes (pictured) said: "A number of year 11 prefects, whose responsibilities lie specifically in the area of charitable work, were instrumental in selling raffle tickets to the staff and also running a big cake stall for the students.
"Staff met together for coffee and cakes in the newly opened sixth form centre located under the new Torquay United stand.
"Generous donations by Waitrose, Asda and Sainsbury's as well as local independent businesses, helped provide the contents for two lovely hampers to be raffled as prizes."
It is not the first coffee morning held at Westlands in aid of charity and, over the years, the school has raised more than £1,000 for the cancer support charity.