Sun shines of primary school's May fair

PUBLISHED: 17:00 14 May 2017

Lyndsey Lewins and son James, aged six, along with Jess Stevens try to pick the wine from water at the Cheddar Primary School May Fair.

Lyndsey Lewins and son James, aged six, along with Jess Stevens try to pick the wine from water at the Cheddar Primary School May Fair.

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Parents, staff and students had a brilliant afternoon at a Somerset primary school's May fair last week.

Niamh, Keira and Jack playing frog hoops at the Cheddar Primary School May Fair.Niamh, Keira and Jack playing frog hoops at the Cheddar Primary School May Fair.

People from around the area were invited to Cheddar First School, in The Hayes, to bask in the sunshine and they enjoyed a variety of activities at the annual event.

Sports, games and refreshment stalls filled the playing field on Saturday and people were encouraged to show their support.

The event was organised by the school’s Friends, Parents and Teachers Association (FPTA) to raise important funds for the pupils.

Adam of Somerset Freestyle Kickboxing held a demonstration at the Cheddar Primary School May Fair.Adam of Somerset Freestyle Kickboxing held a demonstration at the Cheddar Primary School May Fair.

The youngsters also took part in a fancy dress parade during the fair.

The FPTA put the money towards outdoor furniture, school supplies and things to improve the children’s learning experience.

During the past academic year, the FPTA has raised more than £12,000 for the students.

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