KIND-HEARTED pupils at Oakhill College, Whalley, have been doing their bit for charity.
Staff and pupils from the school took part in a number of fund-raising activities including sponsored walks and fast days and managed to raise £900 for CAFOD to supply all sorts of useful resources for those in impoverished areas around the world.
CAFOD is the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. In fulfilling its mission, it works in more than 60 countries worldwide to reduce the impact of poverty, to address and challenge its causes, and to empower people to bring about change for themselves.
Pupils were happy to donate to such a worthwhile cause.