YEAR 6 pupils at The Richmond School in Skegness were among the stall holders at a farmers' market.
The school held the event on Thursday, November 28 to bring the community together and showcase local produce.
Cheese, cakes, meat and flowers were among the items on sale, with some stalls having a Christmas theme.
The Year 6 pupils made their own cakes during the morning and sold them at the event.
They are pictured with the organiser of the day Anthea Booth, who is a Year 1 teacher at the school, and teaching assistant Pam Wilson.
The market is held three times a year – before Easter, in the lead up to summer and before Christmas.
Dozens of people from the community attended the latest installment and it is hoped the events will continue to grow in popularity in 2014.