Well done to M, J and S Murray, who have raised money for the Marine Conservation Society by baking and selling cakes in their local village hall. They advertised their event in the village newsletter and put posters up at bus stops, the local pub, the school and the church; Mrs Murray also advertised it on social media.

She told us “The children are very aware of the problem that has been created by the overuse of plastic. Mrs Aisher talks about it at school, they see it in the media and we talk about it at home. They are saddened by the impact it has had on wildlife.”

The children raised an amazing £360.00.

We think it was a fantastic effort for a very well-deserving cause and those cakes look delicious! We’re very proud of you!

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