CATERING students baked cakes, buttered bread and boiled kettles to put on a feast for their families, friends and members of staff.
The spread, served up by Year-9 students from the Sir Robert Woodard Academy, was a big hit with all the guests, who paid £4.50 a head to take high tea at the school.
Guest and parent Paul Cronin, of Fourth Avenue, Lancing, was celebrating his fortieth birthday.
He said: “We recently ate at the Grand Hotel in Brighton, and this on par for taste and quality, but at a quarter of the price.”
For the full story see the Lancing Herald, out Thursday, July 25