SCHOOLCHILDREN from Sudbury entertained parishioners as a thank you for their support.
About 40 visitors from Sudbury’s Our Lady Immaculate and St John the Evangelist church dropped in on St Joseph’s Primary School, where they were treated to high tea with cakes made by year one and two pupils.
Reception class sang Christmas songs, while the rest of the school showed art work and did readings at the event organised by governor Kate Waghorn.
School secretary Natalie Holmes said: “It was lovely to bring the school and the community together and show our appreciation for the support the parishioners provide for us.
“We are closely linked and it’s nice to give something back, the parishioners really appreciated it.”