LANGUAGE students from all over the world have been giving back to their hosts by raising money for a hospice.

Over the past four weeks Cambridge Language and Activity Courses has been running at Slindon College in Slindon.

The students, who come from 18 different countries around the world, have raised more than £600 for Chestnut Tree hospice in Arundel through profits in their Tuck Shop.

Teacher Steven Salm was among those who had his head shaved.

Slindon College has been popular with summer language school students for more than 15 years.

Chestnut Tree House is a registered charity which first opened our doors in 2003 and cares for 300 life-limited children.