Kids go mad for their hats
CHILDREN having fun, good weather and money raised. These were head teacher Pat Fowler s positive reflections of Otterton Primary School s Mad Hatters Parade and Fete held last Saturday, May 16. Pat, who said it was a successful event, added: Everybody h
CHILDREN having fun, good weather and money raised.
These were head teacher Pat Fowler's positive reflections of Otterton Primary School's Mad Hatters Parade and Fete held last Saturday, May 16.
Pat, who said it was a successful event, added: "Everybody had a good time. We also had a lucky break with the weather.
"The children all made hats on themes, which were judged, and paraded around the village.
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"Stella and David Redfearn, who have been good friends of the school for many years, assessed the hats. Then we disbanded and the fete was open."
The event was organised by the school's parents association. More than �600 was raised.
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