Children from a school in Dorset sang three songs at a cathedral for the Archbishop of Canterbury as part of a special service.

Twelve children from Motcombe Primary sang in the grounds of Salisbury Cathedral for the Archbishop of Canterbury on Sunday, June 11.

As part of his visit, the children sang two songs during the welcoming music and then a final beautiful song as part of the service of celebration.

Teacher Alison Day said: "The children were superb, their singing was wonderful and their performance in front of hundreds of people was amazing.

"Well done to all of the children involved."

They sang three songs from the Hymnpact programme which Motcombe School is trialling as part of a pilot project for the Royal School of Church Music and the Salisbury Diocese.