CRAVEN residents are continuing to raise money for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal.

Three pupils at Skipton's Water Street Primary School put their baking skills to good use to boost the appeal

Year five pupils Georgia Tyas, Emily Shuttleworth and Poppy Ramsdale baked cakes, buns and other goodies and sold them to shoppers at Sophie's Handbags and Accessories in Skipton on Saturday, May 2.

They raised a total of £90 for the appeal.

Sophie Tyas, Georgia's mother and proprietor of the shop, said: "The girls did an excellent job. We are very proud of them."

And staff at Skipton's Fisher Medical Centre has organised a Night for Nepal at the town's Black Horse tonight.

Starting at 7.30pm, it will include live music from Blue Star Tattoo, magic from brothers Beck To Beck and hot food from the Delicious Catering Company.

The occasion will also be used to draw the winners of a raffle, which has been run at Fisher and the town's other surgery Dyneley House.

Entry is £2, with all funds going to the Red Cross.