A PRIMARY school has welcomed the return of face-to-face events.

Children and staff at Kildwick Primary held a coffee afternoon in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, which raised £229.

Parents and carers donated cakes and other goodies.

Members of staff then served tea and coffee as they opened the doors to adults.

Any remaining cakes were distributed around the classes for children to buy.

School ‘vision leaders’ helped to organise the event, as well as serve the adults and count donations.

The coffee afternoon was followed by a hugely-successful harvest celebration at St Andrew’s Church in the village.

Pupils presented donations of foodstuffs for Skipton Food Bank.

Headteacher Tim Whitehead praised all those who supported the events.

He said: “We were once again overwhelmed by the generosity of our pupils, parents and carers and would like to thank them for making the coffee afternoon and the harvest celebration successful events. It was a wonderful turnout and great to meet in person following such a hard last 18 months.”