World Cup fever hits Exmouth school pupils

World Cup fever hit Brixington Primary School when pupils and staff held a football-themed summer fayre.

The Brixington School Association-organised event, raised �2,500 for the school.

Face painting, a coconut shy and a penalty shootout were just a few of a host of games and fun organised to entertain the crowds.

A Brixington school spokeswoman said: “Many local shops and companies supported the school, especially Budgens who donated a fantastic England football table as the top raffle prize, which was won by a pupil at the school.

“A fantastic profit of �2500 was raised. The Brixington School Association would like to thank everyone who supported the fayre and for making it such a fantastic day.”

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