Christmas spirit was well and truly alive amongst youngsters from a local Primary School as they made a special visit to the local Rotary Club.

Students from Iver Primary School visited the Langley and Iver Rotary club and performed a selection of carols and songs to members of the club.

Children in Langley and Iver were then visited by Father Christmas and the Rotary Elves who found out what the youngsters were hoping Father Christmas would bring them.

During the evening, over £3500 was raised for charities including Thames Hospice and Prostate Cancer UK.

Tony Brown, President of the Langley and Iver Rotary Cub, said:

“Listening to the children of Iver Primary School enthusiastically singing the Christmas songs and carols immediately created the Christmas spirit.

“This later continued with street collections featuring Father Christmas where thanks to the generosity of Langley and Iver residents almost £4000 was raised for Rotary charities.

“Thank you to all the teachers and children for their hard work putting on this performance.”