Island school children who took a stand against world poverty have had a surprise response from Downing Street!
Pupils sent thousands of hand-decorated paper plates to UK prime minister David Cameron, demanding action ahead of the G8 summit of world leaders in June.
Colourful designs spelt out the message - wealthy nations should do more to alleviate hunger in the world's poorest countries.
The appeal was organised here by the One World Centre in St John's - and the plates were sent to Number Ten because Mr Cameron chaired the G8 meeting.
The centre's Rosemary Clarke says the unusual delivery hit the spot: