CHILDREN from a Radcliffe primary school lent a helping hand to a business to bring natural beauty to their premises.

Pupils at St John's CE Primary School have been planting flowers and plants outside Faith in Nature's factory in James Street.

Members of staff at the natural beauty products manufacturer worked alongside the children to bring new life to the green space around the building.

Hannah Whitaker, head of marketing, said: "The children and staff from St John's were such a delight to spend time with.

"It is our business to create beauty products made from natural ingredients, and we wanted the outside of our building to reflect on what we do inside.

"We all enjoyed our day of planting and the raised beds already make the area look blooming beautiful. We hope to have the children back again next year for more planting."

Pupils from the Johnson Street school helped bring colour to the raised beds by planting sensory flowers as well as painting pebbles which now act as plant labels.