Tons of summer fun at school’s annual fair

PUBLISHED: 15:05 01 July 2015

Roxsi, Nicola and Charlie trying the Lucky Dip.

Roxsi, Nicola and Charlie trying the Lucky Dip.

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CHILDREN enjoyed a visit from the RNLI lifeboat at one primary school’s summer fair.

Judi Flack, Alison Sprake and Harvey selling cakes.Judi Flack, Alison Sprake and Harvey selling cakes.

St Georges Primary School held its annual fair after school on Friday.

The school’s deputy headteacher Rachel Clarke said: “There were lots of stalls and competitions including welly-throwing, beat the goalie, a bouncy castle, the RNLI lifeboat and the grand raffle.”

More than £1,200 was raised for the school and Mrs Clarke said: “A big thank you to everyone who supported this event.”


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