BARNSLEY youngsters taking part in reparation with the Youth Justice Service helped raise more than £300 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Over a three-day period, the service worked with five young people who baked for the coffee morning so they could raise money for the charity.

Reparation is a part of the work the Youth Justice Service do with a young person and plays a leading role in their rehabilitation process.

They all achieved several AQA qualifications in baking, communication, teamwork and fundraising for a charity.

An AQA is an entry level qualification that the young people can put on their CVs to enhance their portfolios for future employment.

They raised a total of £340 to help support people and families living with cancer.