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Monday, 19 February 2018
MORE than 100 people attended a Christmas fair at Crazies Hill Primary School on Saturday.
Attractions included stalls selling festive food and drink, arts and crafts, games, a raffle and a tombola with prizes such as chocolate, books and toys.
Children could have their faces painted with a festive theme or visit Santa’s grotto.
Guests were served turkey rolls and mulled wine was available. The fair was organised by the school’s parents’ association.
Jo Southwell, whose daughter Lorelei, six, attends the school, said: “It was really good. A lot of the children from the school came with their parents and enjoyed all the games and the grotto.
“We also had Christmas carols sung by some of the pupils so there was a really festive spirit.”
The fair raised more than £2,000 for the school.
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