Students of Langley Grammar School brought the 1950s back to life for some of the village’s older residents at a special afternoon tea.

They transformed the school hall with black and white images of 1950’s film, music and TV stars. There was a game of bingo, a drama performance based on of the struggles of housewives in the 1950s, a number of performances from the school Jazz Band of songs the guests would be familiar with from the past, a sing along and afternoon tea prepared and served by the students.

A talented group of student chefs had spent the morning preparing sandwiches, cakes and biscuits to be served with tea and coffee to the guests during the afternoon.

As the head girl Aleena Khan and head boy Anthony Abraham bid thanks and farewell to the guests, it was clear from their reaction that the event had been a success

Many of the students who had been getting to know their elders on their tables are already hoping to repeat the experience next year.