Kids have fun as school raises funds

PUBLISHED: 09:30 08 July 2015 | UPDATED: 09:30 08 July 2015

Seven year old Ted McCaffery gets prepared to splat St Peters school youngsters with a custard pie at the school's summer fair on Saturday. Ref exb 2509-27-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Seven year old Ted McCaffery gets prepared to splat St Peters school youngsters with a custard pie at the school's summer fair on Saturday. Ref exb 2509-27-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

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There was family fun in the sun at the weekend to raise money for St Peter’s Primary School.

The school held its annual Summer Fayre, giving visitors a chance to explore a host of games, stalls and activities.

Among the main highlights for the pupils was the chance to give headteacher Steve Hitchcock a soaking, as he took a turn in the stocks.

There was also a gymnastic display, and dance and ukulele performances, by the school’s children, and new craft and nature activities in the school’s nature garden.

The event raised around £4,000. It was organised by the St Peter’s School Association, which said it would like to thank all its sponsors for their support.


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