CHILDREN are learning about farming thanks to an agricultural show.
The organisers of Honley Show have spent £1,000 helping school pupils in the village learn about rural life.
The money has helped fund farm visits by children from Honley CE Infant and Nursery School and Honley Junior School.
Honley Show has also contributed three chickens to the garden of Honley Infants.
School governor Sue Asher said: “We have really developed our garden, the latest addition being the arrival of three hens, who are now laying beautiful eggs.
“We aim to continue developing children’s knowledge and understanding of farms and farming and also to develop the children’s enthusiasm for growing their own food.”