Two Sheffield students visited Downing Street to call for action to end world hunger.
Lizzie Biggins, 21, and Molly-Kate McCaffrey, 18, joined CAFOD supporters to mark the end of the Catholic charity’s Hungry for Change campaign.
The students helped to hand deliver more than 60,000 demands from campaigners for more targeted aid for small-scale farmers and greater checks on the power and activities of global food companies.
Lizzie said: “Going to Downing Street was so exciting. It’s great to see how CAFOD supporters from places such as Sheffield can have a real impact on the government.”