HONLEY children marked harvest festival in a different way - by sending gifts to Africa.
There was not a giant marrow or large onion in sight when Infant and Nursery School pupils held their harvest service at the parish church.
Instead, crayons, paper, pencils, educational games and books were piled at the altar ready to be passed on to the Christian African Relief Trust charity. Cart will now ship the goods to African schools.
The school has previously supported Cart by giving harvest food.
But this year the charity specifically asked for school materials.
Head teacher Beryl Smith said: "We wanted our children to do something to help other children."
At the service, pupils from Years 1 and 2 led the celebrations. Pupils sang, performed small drama sketches and read poems to their parents and other relatives in the audience.