Chorley town centre came alive to the beat of Samba.
Year 4 and 5 pupils at St James Primary School joined forces with Neil Aspinall from Lancashire’s Music Service and the school’s music leader Clare Cox.
They used a range of instruments to make Samba music and dance.
As part of a whole school Enterprise Project the children decided to raise money by using their new talents.
The public were treated to a range of Samba performances in Chorley town centre.
The performance also contributed to the Arts Award, which the school is participating in as a pilot project.
For more pictures, see this week’s Chorley Guardian.