GOUROCK Primary pupils turned into top class party planners to raise lots of money for a good cause.

The primary five class spent hours organising a coffee morning in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.

Families and friends came through the door to show their backing - and were rewarded with some mouthwatering treats.

By the time the bell for home time rang out they had raised more than £825 for the charity.

Class teacher Laura Thomson said: "We planned the event for a couple of weeks.

"It took everything over but the kids did a great job.

"They had come up with wee games to play, there were stalls and the cakes were amazing.

"We had lot of donations of cakes in the school.

"Lots of people turned up to show their support.

"I think the children were very proud of themselves, and so they should be.

"They were so excited."

MacMillan Cancer Support specialises in health care, information and financial support services for people diagnosed with the disease.

In Inverclyde this includes a nursing service, a benefits advice unit, exercise groups and drop-ins.