A Wrexham primary school has been raising funds while staying eco-friendly.

Staff and pupils at All Saints' School in Gresford, as well as the wider community, have been working hard to support charity, fundraise for the school and help the environment as part of a recycling scheme.

The school has engaged with Dragon Bags, an organisation that operates a school clothes recycling programme.

For the last four weeks, a Dragon Bags clothes bank has been situated on the main school car park and has been very well supported by the local and wider community.

The recycled clothes are used to be recycled, to raise funds for the Firefighters Charity and also for the school.

Headteacher Richard Hatwood said: "It's been a fantastic addition to the school and another way for us to work with our community. We have raised almost £400 for school in the month, which is a fantastic achievement, and I would like to thank everyone for their support."

The clothes bank is remaining on the site for the foreseeable future and the school plans to continue encouraging the community to support the very worthwhile causes.