A community group has completed a month of work to restore the Miner's Chapel in St Just.

Who Dares Builds is a group that teaches valuable skills to people who are not in employment, education, or training, and gives them a chance to take the first steps towards starting a career.

The group carried out renovation work to the graveyard and some of the rooms at the chapel, doing some much-needed repair to the site.

Group members had a chance to participate in a community art project through Wild Art Cornwall and a community cooking and growing session led by Whole Again Communities.

A family event with second hand children's clothing and activities was also held.

Who Dares Builds is part of Who Dares Works, which is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the EU's European Social Fund and aims to provide support to people over 18 who are not in employment, education, or training in West Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

The project runs until 2019 and has already helped over 250 people get a start on their careers.

Jane Rowe, a participant on the Who Dares Works project said: "It is great to be part of a project where there are so many opportunities and everyone is so enthusiastic. I feel so much more confident about my future than I did!"