FALMOUTH School's Class of '97 rolled back the years with a reunion on Friday.

More than 60 former students - some of whom hadn't seen each other for 22 years - met at Falmouth Town Football Club to reminisce about old times.

Organiser Louise Mitchell said: "It was a fantastic evening and the football club was amazing - I'd really recommend it as a venue. We raised £536 for men's mental health charity Man Down, thanks to all those gave generously on the night and to all the businesses who donated a raffle prize."

James Miller was the top buyer for a night's stay at the Falmouth Hotel, while Paul Sweaton donated £100 of Marks & Spencer vouchers. There were numerous other raffle prizes on offer, including hair cuts, brewery tours and hotel vouchers.

The school leavers of 1997, most of whom are turning 40 this year, were also given a surprise when their year tutor Mark Quilter and his wife Jill made an appearance.

"I've had so many messages thanking me for organising it. I've got withdrawal symptoms now so I'll have to find a new project. I'm really happy with the way this one went," said Louise.