Seasons, the latest extravaganza from Ulverston Victoria High School, was a sell-out success in 1994.

The cabaret/revue involved more than 120 pupils and 33 staff and was staged over three days.

The changing seasons were interpreted through fashion, dance, drama and music.

There was even a pantomime called Cinders and the Goose, described as a liberated version of Cinderella by director Sally Lister.

There was a fashion show, with some clothes designed by students and a special showing of Asda's George range.

Mrs Lister said: "We did it in a cabaret atmosphere with tables and chairs and with a bar.

"It went down really well."

Money raised from the evening would go towards staging a major pantomime to be held in the autumn term.

"It was good for the pupils because they all learned to work together with the smallest to the biggest involved," said Mrs Lister.

Mrs Lister was deputy head of the technology faculty but was roped in as a director because she was in charge of fashion.

"The pupils had a great time and we got a great reaction from the audience," she said.

Also in 1984 kind-hearted pupils from Ulverston Victoria Lower School were set to provide a harvest festival gift for more than 100 sick and elderly local people.

The school's pupils had donated a mountain of fruit, vegetables and groceries during harvest festival celebrations.

With the help of head of lower school Pat Sherwin and her staff, the youngsters divided the provisions into between 120 and 150 separate parcels.

And those parcels would be delivered personally by pupils to the elderly and sick from Ulverston and surrounding villages who had been nominated by youngsters from the school.

Mrs Sherwin said: "The pupils have all been very generous.

"Each form makes up one or two boxes of provisions, which are then made up into individual parcels for the elderly or sick."