After a donation of 300 apples, Neyland Community School surprised its pupils with an 'apple day,' with hay bales, scarecrows and much more.

The Haverfordwest branch of Tesco donated 300 apples to the school after the harvest work done by pupils and staff.

In the early hours of Friday, October 8, the front of the school was transformed with hay bales, class-made scarecrows, bunting, apples and music, to welcome the children into school.

The children took an apple from the display to class, ready for rangers from Pembrokeshire Outdoor School to show them how to press their apples to make fresh juice.

The children then had the opportunity to taste this once it was made, with one pupil saying: "It tasted like liquid gold."

The school coincided the activities of the day with collecting Harvest food for local charity Patch.

The school is collecting food throughout the following week to support local families in need by providing food parcels.