Children at a special educational needs school in Thornbury have made their own gifts to sell at a Christmas market.

Pupils at Sheiling School, Park Road, have made the presents in a handcraft workshop.

They will be sold at the school's Christmas market in December. Workshop leader Sarah Butt said: “Pupils always enjoy making crafts for our Christmas fair because it is an opportunity for their families to come to see and of course to buy some of the things they have made.

"Every year members of the public have also been very impressed with the marvellous work and creativity our pupils have been involved with.”

As well as the pupil’s pottery, cards and Christmas decorations there will also be a Winter Café with pizza made from the own clay wood-oven and soup and handmade cakes.

There will be stalls sporting local produce such as honey, stained glass, jewellery and chocolates as well as a raffle with prizes of an iPad and dinner for two at Thornbury Castle.

There is free entry to the market from 12pm-4pm on Saturday, December 8.